Canon DR 2010C - imageFORMULA - Document Scanner User manual

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Introduction
Contents
Chapter 1 Before Using the Scanner
User Manual
Chapter 2 Setup
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings
Chapter 5 Other Scanning Methods
Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings
Chapter 7 Maintenance
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting
Chapter 9 Appendix
♦ Please read this manual before operating
this scanner.
♦ After you finish reading this manual, store
it in a safe place for future reference.
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International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment Program
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon Electronics Inc. has
determined that this machine meets the ENERGY STAR® Program
guidelines for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment Program is an
international program that promotes energy saving through the use
of computers and other office equipment.
The program backs the development and dissemination of products with functions
that effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which business
proprietors can participate voluntarily. The targeted products are office equipment,
such as computers, monitors, printers, fax, machine, copiers, and scanners. The
standards and logos are uniform among participating nations.
Trademarks
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States and may also be trademarks or registered trademarks in other countries.
y Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and other countries.
y Macintosh and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United
States and other countries.
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y Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
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The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
CANON ELECTRONICS INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD
TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXPECT AS PROVIDED HERE
IN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THERE OF, WARRANTIES AS TO
MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF
USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. CANON ELECTRONICS INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE,
OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
CANON ELECTRONICS INC. IS NOT LIABLE FOR THE STORAGE AND HANDLING
OF DOCUMENTS SCANNED WITH THIS PRODUCT, OR THE STORAGE AND
HANDLING OF RESULTING SCANNED IMAGE DATA.
IF YOU INTEND TO DISCARD THE ORIGINALS OF SCANNED DOCUMENTS, YOU
THE CUSTOMER ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTING THE SCANNED IMAGES
AND VERIFYING THAT DATA IS INTACT.
THE MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF CANON ELECTRONICS INC. UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT COVERED
BY THE WARRANTY.
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States and/or other countries.
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y Other product and company names herein may be the trademarks of their
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Canon DR-2010C/DR-2510C/DR-2010M/DR-2510M
Document Scanner. Please read this manual thoroughly before using the scanner to
familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many
functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
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Introduction ...............................................................................3
Symbols Used in This Manual................................................................. 3
Chapter 1 Before Using the Scanner .................................................. 6
Symbols Used in This Manual
The following symbols are used in this manual to explain procedures, restrictions,
handling precautions, and instructions that should be observed for safety.
(See p. 12)
Indicates the number of a reference page that contains related information.
WARNING
Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or
injury to persons if not performed correctly. To use the machine safely,
always pay attention to these warnings.
CAUTION
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to
persons, or damage to property if not performed correctly. To use the
machine safely, always pay attention to these cautions.
1. Important Safety Instructions ...................................................................... 6
Installation Location................................................................................ 6
AC Adapter .............................................................................................. 7
Moving the Scanner ................................................................................ 7
Handling.................................................................................................. 8
Disposal .................................................................................................. 9
When sending the scanner for repairs .................................................... 9
2. Features of the Scanner ............................................................................... 9
3. Names and Functions of Parts................................................................... 11
Chapter 2 Setup ........................................................................ 12
1. Scanner System Requirements ................................................................. 12
2. Installing the Software............................................................................... 13
Setup Disc............................................................................................. 13
Software Installation (Windows) ........................................................... 14
Software Installation (Mac OS X) .......................................................... 16
Connecting the Scanner to the Computer ............................................. 18
3. Turning the Power ON ............................................................................... 19
Scanner Recognition............................................................................. 19
Chapter 3 Basic Operation............................................................ 21
IMPORTANT
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be sure to read
these items carefully to operate the machine correctly, and avoid
damage to the machine.
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Indicates a clarification of an operation, or contains additional explanations
for a procedure. Reading these notes is highly recommended.
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1. Documents ................................................................................................ 21
2. Preparing the Scanner ............................................................................... 23
Preparing the Document Feed Tray ....................................................... 23
Preparing the Document Eject Tray....................................................... 23
Preparing the Document Stopper.......................................................... 23
3. Placing Documents.................................................................................... 24
Feeding in the Page Separation Mode ................................................... 24
Feeding in the Bypass Mode ................................................................. 26
Placing Cards ........................................................................................ 26
Placing Folded Documents.................................................................... 27
4. Scanning Methods..................................................................................... 28
5. Practical Examples .................................................................................... 29
Before using Adobe Acrobat 9.0 ........................................................... 30
6. Clearing a Paper Jam................................................................................. 31
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7. Other Functions ......................................................................................... 32
Setting the Long Document Mode ........................................................ 32
Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings ................................................ 35
1. What is CaptureOnTouch?......................................................................... 35
2. Starting CaptureOnTouch .......................................................................... 36
Quitting CaptureOnTouch...................................................................... 37
Restarting CaptureOnTouch .................................................................. 37
3. Scanner Settings ....................................................................................... 37
Basic Scanner Settings ......................................................................... 38
4. Output Method Settings............................................................................. 39
5. Scan First .................................................................................................. 40
6. Select Scan Job ......................................................................................... 42
Registering/Editing Jobs ....................................................................... 42
Selecting Scan Jobs.............................................................................. 44
7. Scanning with the Job Buttons.................................................................. 46
8. Environmental Settings.............................................................................. 46
[Basic settings] Tab .............................................................................. 47
[E-mail settings] Tab............................................................................. 47
Chapter 5 Other Scanning Methods ................................................. 49
1. Scanning with CapturePerfect 3.0 ............................................................. 49
2. Basic Scanning Procedure......................................................................... 50
3. Using the Scan Panel................................................................................. 55
4. Special Scanning ....................................................................................... 56
Enhancing the Text of a Document ....................................................... 56
Scanning Documents That Include Both Color and Black-and-White
Pages .................................................................................................... 56
Scanning Different Sized Documents Together ..................................... 57
Skipping Blank Pages............................................................................ 57
Scanning (Single-Sided) 11" X 17"/A3 Documents................................ 57
Deskewing Documents ......................................................................... 58
Moire Reduction ................................................................................... 58
Correcting the Text Orientation of Documents ...................................... 58
Reducing Bleed Through for Thin Documents and Documents
with Dark Reverse Sides ....................................................................... 58
Deleting Borders and Ruled Lines of a Specified Color
(Red/Green/Blue) .................................................................................. 58
Enhancing the Red color for Black-and-White Scanning ....................... 58
Creating Smaller Files ........................................................................... 59
Saving the Text Data of Documents as Search Keywords ..................... 59
Specifying Security Settings for PDF Files (Windows only) .................. 59
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Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings .................................................. 60
1. Before Using the Scanner .......................................................................... 60
2. Scan driver settings................................................................................... 62
Scan Mode Settings .............................................................................. 64
Auto Color Detection ............................................................................. 66
Paper Size Settings ............................................................................... 67
Scan Resolution Settings ...................................................................... 68
Scanning Side Settings ......................................................................... 69
Correcting Image Skewing .................................................................... 71
Moire Reduction ................................................................................... 72
Adjusting the Scan Area ........................................................................ 73
Brightness/Contrast Adjustment ........................................................... 75
Gamma Curve Settings ......................................................................... 77
Image Contour Adjustment ................................................................... 78
Image Rotation ..................................................................................... 80
Correcting Text Orientation ................................................................... 81
Removing the Document Background/Preventing Bleed Through......... 82
Omitting a Specific Color ...................................................................... 83
Enhancing the Red Color....................................................................... 85
Rapid Recovery System ........................................................................ 86
Double Feed Detection .......................................................................... 88
Feeding Options .................................................................................... 89
Prescan ................................................................................................. 91
Registering Scanning Conditions .......................................................... 93
Checking the Version ............................................................................ 94
Chapter 7 Maintenance ............................................................... 95
1. Regular Maintenance ................................................................................. 95
Cleaning the Scanner ............................................................................ 95
Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner........................................................ 95
Cleaning the Sensor Glass and the Rollers............................................ 96
2. Removing and Attaching the Rollers and Document Holding Guide .......... 98
Roller Replacement Cycle ..................................................................... 98
Resetting the Counter ........................................................................... 98
Removing/Attaching the Feeding Roller .............................................. 101
Removing/Attaching the Retard Roller ................................................ 103
Removing/Attaching the Document Holding Guide ............................. 105
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting .......................................................... 106
1. Common Problems and Solutions ........................................................... 106
2. Software Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 108
3. Q & A (Useful tips) .................................................................................. 108
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4. Uninstalling the Software......................................................................... 110
Uninstalling on Windows .................................................................... 110
Uninstalling on Mac OS X ................................................................... 112
Chapter 9 Appendix .................................................................. 113
Specifications...................................................................................... 113
Replacement Parts .............................................................................. 114
External Dimensions ........................................................................... 115
INDEX .................................................................................. 117
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1. Important Safety Instructions
Chapter 1 Before Using the Scanner
1. Important Safety Instructions ...................................................... 6
Installation Location ............................................................................... 6
AC Adapter ............................................................................................. 7
Moving the Scanner ............................................................................... 7
Handling ................................................................................................. 8
Disposal ................................................................................................. 9
When sending the scanner for repairs.................................................... 9
To ensure the safe operation of this scanner, be sure to read the safety warnings
and precautions described below.
Installation Location
The performance of this scanner is affected by the environment in which it is
installed. Make sure that the location where the scanner is installed meets the
following environmental requirements.
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Provide adequate space around the scanner for operation, maintenance, and
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3. Names and Functions of Parts .................................................... 11
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Provide adequate space in front of the scanner for documents output after
being scanned.
Avoid installing the machine in direct sunlight. If this is unavoidable, use
curtains to shade the scanner.
Avoid locations where a considerable amount of dust accumulates.
Avoid warm or humid locations, such as in the vicinity of a water faucet, water
heater, or humidifier.
Avoid locations where ammonia gas is emitted.
Avoid locations near volatile or flammable materials, such as alcohol or paint
thinner.
Avoid locations that are subject to vibration.
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Avoid exposing the scanner to rapid changes in temperature. If the room in
which the scanner is installed is cold but rapidly heated, water droplets
(condensation) may form inside the scanner. This may result in a noticeable
degradation in scanning quality.
The following conditions are recommended for optimal scanning quality:
- Room temperature: 10 °C to 32.5 °C (50 °F to 90.5 °F)
- Humidity: 20% to 80% RH
Avoid installing the scanner near equipment that generates a magnetic field
(e.g. speakers, televisions, or radios.)
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AC Adapter
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Connect only to a power outlet of the rated voltage and power supply frequency
(120 V, 60 Hz or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz depending on your region).
Do not connect other electrical equipment to the same power outlet to which
the scanner is connected. Also, when using an extension cord, make sure that
the extension cord is rated for the current requirements of the scanner.
Never disassemble or modify the AC adapter, as it is dangerous.
The power cord may become damaged if it is often stepped on or if heavy
objects are placed on it. Continued use of a damaged power cord and AC
adapter can lead to an accident, such as a fire or electrical shock.
Do not use the power cord while it is coiled.
Do not pull directly on the power cord. When disconnecting the power cord,
grasp the plug and remove it from the outlet.
Keep the area around the power cord clear of objects so that the power cord can
be disconnected easily in an emergency.
Do not use an AC adapter other than the one provided with the scanner. Do not
use the AC adapter provided with the scanner with other products.
If you have any questions regarding the power supply, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or service representative for further information.
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When moving the scanner, always hold it with both hands to avoid dropping it.
The scanner weighs approximately 5.3 lb (2.4 kg).
Make sure to disconnect the interface cable and AC adapter before moving the
scanner. If the scanner is transported with these items connected, the plugs and
connectors may be damaged.
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Handling
WARNING
Note the following precautions whenever using the scanner. Failure to do so
may result in a fire or electric shock.
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Never use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, aerosol sprays, or any other highly
flammable substance near the scanner.
Do not cut, damage, or modify the power cord. Do not place heavy objects on
the power cord, and do not pull or excessively bend the power cord.
Never connect the power cord when your hands are wet.
Do not connect the scanner to a multi plug power strip.
Do not knot or coil the power cord as this may result in a fire or electric shock.
When connecting the power cord, make sure that the power plug is securely
and completely inserted into the power outlet.
Do not use a power cord or AC adapter other than the ones provided with this
scanner.
Do not take the scanner apart or modify it.
Never try to take the AC adapter apart or modify it in any way, as this is
dangerous.
When cleaning the scanner, turn the power switch OFF and disconnect the
power cord from the power supply.
Clean the scanner using a slightly dampened cloth which has been well wrung
out. Never use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, or any other flammable
substances.
If the scanner makes strange noises, or gives off smoke, heat, or strange odors,
or the scanner does not function or other abnormalities occur when you use the
machine, immediately turn the power switch OFF, and disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet. Then, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or
service representative for further information.
Do not drop the scanner, or subject it to impact or strong shock. Should the
scanner ever become damaged, immediately turn the power switch OFF, and
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. Then, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or service representative to have the unit serviced.
Before moving the scanner, be sure to turn the power switch OFF, and
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet
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CAUTION
Do not install the scanner on a surface that is unstable or tilted, or in an area
subject to excessive vibrations, as this may cause the scanner to fall,
resulting in personal injury or damage to the scanner.
Never place small metal objects such as staples, paper clips, or jewelry on the
scanner. These items may fall into the scanner, and cause a fire or electric
shock. Should such objects ever fall inside the scanner, immediately turn the
power switch OFF, and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. Then,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative to have the
unit serviced.
Do not install the scanner in a humid or dusty location. Doing so might cause a
fire or electric shock.
Do not place objects on top of the scanner. Such objects may tip or fall over,
resulting in personal injury.
Connect only to a power outlet of the rated voltage and power supply frequency
(120 V, 60 Hz or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz depending on your region).
When unplugging the power cord, grasp it firmly by its plug. Do not pull directly
on the power cord, as this may damage or expose the cord's internal wiring,
resulting in a fire or electric shock.
Leave sufficient space around the power plug so that it can be unplugged easily.
If objects are placed around the power plug, you will be unable to unplug it in an
emergency.
Do not allow water or flammable substances (alcohol, paint thinner, benzene,
etc.) to spill into the scanner, as this may result in a fire or electric shock.
Turn OFF the power switch for safety when not using the scanner for a long
period of time, such as overnight. Also, turn OFF the power switch, and
disconnect the power cord from the power outlet for safety when the machine
will not be used for an extended period of time, such as during consecutive
holidays.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry that may get caught in the scanner while
you are using it. This may result in personal injury. Be extra careful of neckties
and long hair. If anything becomes caught in the scanner, immediately
disconnect the power cord to stop the scanner.
Be careful when loading paper into the scanner and when removing jammed
paper. It is possible to cut your hand on the edge of a sheet of paper.
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Disposal
2. Features of the Scanner
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The main features of the document scanner are described below.
When disposing of this scanner, be sure to follow all local ordinances and laws
or consult with the retailer who sold you the scanner.
„ Compact Size
When sending the scanner for repairs
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When a request is made for repairs, the scanner needs to be sent to the
specified address. When sending the scanner, use the packing box in which it
came. Firmly secure the scanner with packaging material when you place it in
the packing box.
The dimensions of the scanner are as follows: 11.7" (298 mm)(W) x 9.8" (245
mm)(H) x 19.5" (490 mm)(D) (with the feed tray and eject tray open).
(The size of the scanner with the feed tray and eject tray closed is 11.7" (298
mm)(W) x 6.3" (160 mm)(H) x 6.3" (160 mm)(D)).
„ Fast Document Feeding
The DR-2510C/DR-2510M can scan a maximum of 25 documents per minute,
and the DR-2010C/DR-2010M can scan a maximum of 20 documents per
minute in a range of sizes from business card to LTR/A4 size.
y Scanning conditions: Black and white/color, LTR/A4 portrait orientation
one-sided/two-sided, 200 dpi
„ High Image Quality
The 600 dpi optical resolution sensor incorporated in the scanner enables
documents to be scanned with high image quality.
„ Eject Tray
The eject tray enables scanned documents to be stacked. Open the eject tray
when scanning documents that are not output smoothly. Scanned documents
can be output without opening the eject tray.
„ USB Link Switch
The power of the scanner can be linked to be automatically turned ON/OFF in
accordance with the power of the computer.
„ USB 2.0 Interface
The scanner supports Hi-Speed USB 2.0.
„ Color/Grayscale Support
Documents can be scanned in 24-bit color or 256-level grayscale.
„ Supports a Variety of Scanning Modes
The scanner supports the following scanning modes, depending on the
document type:
y Single-sided or double-sided scanning (with Skip Blank Page function)
y Continuous or single sheet feed
„ Card Scan
You can scan business or ID cards.
„ Paper Size Detection
The scanner automatically detects the size of a scanned document and
eliminates any unnecessary space around the edges of the image when storing
the image, even when storing a document of irregular size.
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„ Auto Color Detection
The scanner detects whether the scanned document is in color or black and
white, and saves the image accordingly.
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„ Sleep Mode
The scanner is designed to save energy by entering the sleep mode when it is
not scanning documents.
„ Folio Scan
You can scan folded documents. The scanner will scan both sides and combine
the scanned images into a single image.
„ Deskew
The scanner straightens scanned images when it detects that the document was
placed askew.
„ Ultrasonic Double Feed Detection (for the DR-2510C/DR-2510M only)
Ultrasonic waves are used to detect pages that are fed at the same time as well
as the space between pages. Scanning stops if a double feed is detected.
„ Text Enhancement Modes
The scanner is equipped with the Advanced Text Enhancement Mode (only for
Windows), for enhancing the text of documents with dark or uneven
backgrounds, and the Advanced Text Enhancement II mode, for enhancing the
text when both the text and background are light.
These modes may not work, depending on the type of document.
„ Color Drop-out
The scanner is equipped with a Color Drop-out function that enables you to
specify a color for the scanner to omit from the scanned image. Both sides are
scanned, but saving the image is skipped for scan images judged to be from a
blank page.
„ Skip Blank Page Function
The scanner is equipped with a Skip Blank Page function that enables you to
scan a document without storing images of blank pages, regardless of whether
each page of the document is two-sided or one-sided.
„ Prescan Function
The scanner is equipped with a Prescan function that allows you to adjust the
contrast and brightness of a prescanned image and then send the adjusted
image to the application software, without needing to scan the document again.
„ Job Function
The scanner includes three job buttons for automatically scanning and
performing operations (up to ten operations, such as saving, printing, or
mailing, can be registered) on the scanned image.
„ Scan First
Pressing Job Button starts CaptureOnTouch. You can then perform a scan
simply by following the on-screen guidance.
„ Auto Start
The scanner is equipped with an auto start function, which enables scanning to
be automatically started when a document placed in the feeder is detected.
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Some functions may not be available depending on the software you are using.
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„ Back View
3. Names and Functions of Parts
This section describes the name and function of each part. Make sure to read
this section and familiarize yourself with the parts of the scanner before using
the scanner.
„ Front View/Right-Side View
Document Feed Tray
Open to place documents.
(See p.23)
Job Buttons
These buttons can perform
user-specified functions
assigned with the Capture
OnTouch.
(See p.36)
Document Eject Area
Scanned documents are output
here.
Power Indicator
This indicator lights green
when the scanner is turned
ON.
Power Switch
This switch is used to turn the
scanner ON and OFF. If you
set the switch to [AUTO], the
scanner is linked to be
automatically turned ON/OFF
in accordance with the power
of the computer.
Power Connector
Connect the supplied
AC adapter to this
connector.
USB Connector
Connect a USB cable that supports
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 to this
connector.
Theft Prevention Hole (Kensington)
Attach a key chain, etc. here to
prevent the scanner from being
stolen.
„ Feed Selection Lever
„ Front View (With the Document Feed Tray and Eject Tray Open)
Front Unit
Open when clearing paper jams
and cleaning the scanner.
(See p.31 and p.101)
Document Feeder
Place the document
to scan here.
OPEN button
Use to open the front
unit.
Document Guides
Adjust these guides to fit the
width of the document.
(See p.24)
Extension Tray
Pull this tray out if the
document hangs over the edge
of the document eject tray.
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Feed Selection Lever
Use this lever to change the way
documents are fed. Push it up to feed
documents one at a time (page separation
mode) (See p.24). Push it down to feed
documents that are fastened together, such
as invoices, without separating them
(bypass mode) (See p.26).
„ Paper Eject Stopper
Document Eject Tray
Open this tray when you want to stack
output documents.
Paper Eject Stopper
Use the paper eject stopper
that corresponds to the
length of the documents
you want to scan.
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1. Scanner System Requirements
Chapter 2 Setup
To use the scanner, your computer must satisfy the following system
requirements.
System requirements for Windows
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Setup Disc ............................................................................................ 13
Software Installation (Windows) .......................................................... 14
Software Installation (Mac OS X) ......................................................... 16
Connecting the Scanner to the Computer ............................................. 18
3. Turning the Power ON .............................................................. 19
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One of the following operating systems:
y Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 4 or later
y Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3 or later
y Microsoft Windows XP x64 Edition Service Pack 2 or later
y Microsoft Windows Vista Service Pack 1 or later
y Microsoft Windows Vista x64 Edition
A computer that meets the following specifications:
y CPU: Pentium 4 (3.2 GHz or faster)
y Memory: 1 GB or more
y Hard disk: 1 GB or more available space
y CD-ROM drive
y Hi-Speed USB 2.0
y Monitor: Resolution of 1024 × 768 (XGA) or better recommended.
An ISIS-compatible application or a TWAIN-compatible application that is
compatible with the above operating systems.
System requirements for Mac OS X
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Supported Macintosh models
y CPU:Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz or higher
y Memory: 1GB or higher
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2. Installing the Software
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If you do not know the requirements for your computer system, contact the
store where you purchased the computer or the manufacturer of the
computer for more information.
This section describes how to install the required software.
Setup Disc
If you use the scanner with Windows, use the latest USB 2.0 driver made
available by Microsoft. For details, consult your local authorized Canon
dealer.
The following software is included on the Setup disc provided with the scanner.
Use the USB interface provided as standard with your computer. However,
normal operation is not guaranteed with all USB interfaces, even if present
as standard equipment on the computer. For details, consult your local
authorized Canon dealer.
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Scanning speeds are lower if your computer's standard USB interface is USB
Full-Speed (equal to USB 1.1.)
The USB cable you are using should be the one originally included with the
scanner.
If the CPU, memory, interface card, and other specifications do not satisfy
the installation requirements, the scanning speed may be greatly reduced
and transmission may take a long time.
Even if the computer satisfies the recommended specifications, the scanning
speed may vary, depending on the specified scan settings.
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CaptureOnTouch
This is a dedicated scanning utility for this product.
Scanner Driver
The scanner driver for using the scanner with ISIS-compatible (Windows only)
and TWAIN-compatible applications.
CapturePerfect 3.0 (Windows only)
An ISIS compatible application developed for use with Canon document
scanners.
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The Setup disc for Windows is configured as follows. Install the software using
either [Typical Installation] or [Custom Installation].
The scanner drivers provided with the scanner do not necessarily operate on
all ISIS (only for Windows) or TWAIN-compatible applications. For details,
contact your application software retailer.
Menu Screen
Typical Installation
Read Manuals
Custom Installation
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Software Installation (Windows)
Follow the procedure below to install the software.
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Read the license agreement → click [Yes] to accept it.
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Install the software before connecting the scanner to the computer.
Log on to Windows as an Administrator.
Close all other applications before installing the software.
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Turn the power of the computer ON.
Insert the Setup disc into the CD-ROM drive of the computer.
Click [Typical Installation].
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When you select [Typical Installation], all of the displayed software and the User
Manual will be installed automatically. If you want to reinstall only specific software
that you have previously uninstalled, select [Custom Installation] and specify the
software.
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When the driver installation is complete, click [Finish].
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Confirm the installation location → click [Next].
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Click [Next].
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When the CapturePerfect 3.0 installation is complete, click [Finish].
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Read the license agreement → click [Yes] to accept it.
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Click [Next].
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When the User Manual installation is complete, click [Finish].
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Follow the procedure below to install the software.
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Click [Exit] to finish installing the software.
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Remove the Setup disc from the CD-ROM drive.
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Turn the power of the computer ON.
Insert the Setup disc into the CD drive.
Click [DR-2510M Installer].
Click [Continue].
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Read the license agreement and click [Continue] to accept it.
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Click [Upgrade].
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Click [Agree].
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When the confirmation screen appears, enter the password of a user with
administrator rights, and then click [OK].
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Click [Continue].
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When the installation is complete, click [Close].
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Third-Party Software
The following software is included on the Setup disc. For details on operating the
software, refer to the Help for each software.
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Presto! BizCard
Business card management software from NewSoft Technology Corp.
Run the following installer from the Setup disc to install.
BizCard/BCRInstaller
Presto! PageManager
Photo and document management software from NewSoft Technology Corp.
Run the following installer from the Setup disc to install.
PageManager/PM8Installer
* Presto! BizCard is a registered trademark of NewSoft Technology Corp.
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Connecting the Scanner to the Computer
Connect the scanner to the computer.
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Before connecting the scanner to the computer, verify that the power switch
of the scanner is OFF. If the power switch is in the ON position, push the
switch to set it to OFF.
The shapes of the power plug and power cord differ depending on the country
and region.
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Verify that the power switch of the scanner is OFF (O side).
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Connect the power cord to the AC adapter.
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Connect the plug of the AC adapter to the power connector on the back of
the scanner.
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3. Turning the Power ON
When you turn the computer and the scanner ON for the first time, the Plug and
Play function of Windows recognizes the scanner and automatically installs the
required device driver.
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If you turn the power OFF, wait at least 10 seconds before turning it ON
again.
If you will not be using the scanner for an extended period, you should
disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet for safety.
Scanner Recognition
The scanner will be recognized the first time it is connected to the computer.
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Use the supplied USB cable to connect the scanner to the computer.
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Make sure that the scanner and computer are connected properly.
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Press the power switch on the back of the scanner to turn the scanner ON
(I side).
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The scanner is automatically recognized as new hardware.
In Windows, a balloon message such as shown below appears on the task
bar. Simply wait a while, until the scanner is recognized automatically.
When the scanner is properly connected to the computer, the
(CaptureOnTouch) icon appears on the taskbar (or menu bar) as follows.
Windows taskbar
Mac OS X menu bar
If the taskbar icon appears as
, the scanner is not properly connected to the
computer. Check the status of the power switch and USB cable.
NOTE
If you set the power switch on the back of the scanner to [AUTO], the scanner is
linked to be automatically turned ON/OFF in accordance with the power of the
computer.
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1. Documents
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
3. Placing Documents ................................................................. 24
Plain Paper
Size
Width: 1.97" to 8.5" (50 mm to 216 mm)
Length: 2.12" to 14.02" (53.9 mm to 356mm)*
Paper weight: (Page separation mode)
14 to 32 lb bond (52 to 128 g/m2) 0.0024" to 0.0059" (0.06 mm to 0.15 mm)
Paper weight: (Bypass mode)
11 to 42 lb bond (40 to 157 g/m2) 0.002" to 0.0079" (0.05 mm to 0.20 mm)
Feeding in the Page Separation Mode .................................................. 24
Feeding in the Bypass Mode................................................................. 26
Placing Cards ....................................................................................... 26
Placing Folded Documents ................................................................... 27
* You can scan documents up to 39.2" (1000 mm) long by setting the scanner
to the Long Document mode. (See "Setting the Long Document Mode," on
p. 32.)
1. Documents ........................................................................... 21
2. Preparing the Scanner ............................................................. 23
Preparing the Document Feed Tray....................................................... 23
Preparing the Document Eject Tray ...................................................... 23
Preparing the Document Stopper ......................................................... 23
4. Scanning Methods .................................................................. 28
5. Practical Examples ................................................................. 29
Before using Adobe Acrobat 9.0 ........................................................... 30
6. Clearing a Paper Jam .............................................................. 31
7. Other Functions ..................................................................... 32
Setting the Long Document Mode ........................................................ 32
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The scanner can scan documents ranging in size from business cards and
checks to LTR/A4. The document sizes that this scanner can scan are shown
below.
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A document must meet the following criteria to be scannable:
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Scanning documents before the ink is dry can cause problems with the
scanner. Always make sure that the ink on a document is dry before scanning
it.
Scanning documents that are written in pencil or similar material may make
the rollers and scanning glass dirty, which can lead to smudges on the
scanned image and transfer the dirt to subsequent documents. Always clean
the internal parts of the scanner after scanning such documents.
Card
Size:
2.12" x 3.37" (53.9 mm x 85.5 mm) (ISO/JIS standard)
Card thickness: 0.03" (0.76 mm) or less
Orientation:
Horizontal feeding only
Embossed cards can be scanned.
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It is recommended that thin documents are fed one sheet at a time.
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Wrinkled or creased
documents
Carbon paper
Curled documents
Coated paper
Torn documents
Extremely thin, translucent
paper
Documents with paper clips
or staples
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IMPORTANT
If a stack of business cards cannot be fed properly, reduce the number of cards
in the stack.
When scanning a two-sided document that is printed on thin paper, the
image on the opposite side of each page may show through. In this case,
adjust the scanning intensity in the application software before scanning the
document.
Scanning the following types of documents can cause a paper jam or
malfunction. To scan such a document, make a photocopy of the document
and then scan the photocopy.
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Business Card
Size:
1.97"x 2.12" (50 mm x 53.9 mm) or larger
Paper weight: 140 lb bond (300g/m2) 0.0138" (0.35 mm) or less
When scanning multiple documents of different sizes, place the documents
so that they cover the entire span of the feed rollers.
It is recommended that documents exceeding LTR, 11.69" (A4, 297 mm) size
are fed one sheet at a time.
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CAUTION
If you place cards to be fed vertically, they may not be ejected properly, and
cards that get jammed may be damaged when you remove them. Take care
of the orientation when placing cards.
Embossed cards may not be able to be scanned correctly, depending on the
type of embossment.
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2. Preparing the Scanner
Prepare the document feed tray according to the paper size and type.
Preparing the Document Feed Tray
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Documents can be scanned with the document eject tray closed.
Open the document eject tray when you want to stack output documents.
Use the extension tray when the document hangs over the edge of the main
tray.
Open the document feed tray.
Preparing the Document Stopper
Use the document stopper that corresponds with the length of the document you
want to scan.
Preparing the Document Eject Tray
Open the document eject tray.
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3. Placing Documents
There are two methods for feeding documents, the Page Separation mode and
Bypass mode. Feeding pages continuously from a stack of documents placed in
the feed tray is called the Page Separation mode. Feeding documents one sheet
at a time or feeding documents consisting of multiple pages that are attached, is
called the bypass mode.
The document feed method can be changed by moving the feed selection lever.
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Fan the pages of the document to be scanned, and shift them so that the
top of the first page (the bottom of the front of the document) is the lowest.
(Place the document so that the top of the document is facing down.)
Feeding in the Page Separation Mode
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Switch the feed selection lever to
(Page Separation).
CAUTION
When placing documents into the feed tray, take care not to cut your hands on
the edges of the paper.
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Place the document with the reverse side facing you, and the top of the
document facing down.
Insert the document with
the reverse side facing you
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Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the document to be scanned.
IMPORTANT
There is a load limit mark (
) on the document guides. Do not stack
documents higher than this mark (approximately 50 sheets of 20 lb bond
(80 g/m2) paper.) Doing so may cause a paper jam.
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Before scanning, make sure that the document is not curled or creased, and that it
is placed in the feed tray correctly. Scanning an improperly placed, curled, or
creased document may damage the document or cause a paper jam.
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Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the document.
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Before you place a document, check to make sure it does not contain paper clips,
staples, or other small metal objects. These items may cause a fire or electrical
shock, damage the document, or cause a paper jam or scanner malfunction.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry that may get caught in the scanner
while you are using it. This may result in personal injury. Be extra careful of
neckties and long hair. If anything gets caught in the scanner, immediately
turn OFF the power switch, and disconnect the power cord from the power
outlet to stop scanning.
Always smooth out any folds or curls in your documents before placing them
into the feeder. If the leading edge of a document is curled, it may cause a
paper jam.
If feeding stops due to a system error or paper jam while the scanner is
scanning, resolve the problem, make sure that the scanned image of the last
page that was successfully fed has been stored, and then resume scanning
the remaining document pages.
After you finish scanning, close the document feed tray and the document
eject tray to prevent damage to the scanner while it is not being used.
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Feeding in the Bypass Mode
When scanning multiple page documents that are fastened together, such as
invoices, place the documents so that the edge that is fastened together is
facing down.
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Switch the feed selection lever to
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Use the application software to start scanning.
IMPORTANT
After you finish scanning, close the document feed tray and the document eject
tray to prevent damage to the scanner while it is not being used.
Placing Cards
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Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the document to be scanned
(See p.24).
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Place the document with the reverse side facing you, and the top of the
document facing down (See p.24).
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CAUTION
When scanning cards, make sure to set the feed selection lever
to (Bypass).
The maximum number of cards that can be scanned at a time is three.
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Switch the feed selection lever to
Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the card to be scanned (See
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Place the card horizontally, with the reverse side facing you, and the top of
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Placing Folded Documents
Folio Scan enables you to scan documents that are larger than LTR/A4 and
therefore do not fit in the feeder. (The maximum size is 11" X 17"/A3.) To use the
function, fold the document in half lengthwise and place it into the feeder. The
DR-2010C/DR-2510C will scan both sides and combine the scanned images into
a single image.
CAUTION
If you place cards to be fed vertically, they may not be ejected properly, and
cards that get jammed may be damaged when you remove them. Take care of
the orientation when placing cards.
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When folding the document, align the right and left sides and create a sharp,
straight fold. Otherwise the document may jam or the image may not be aligned
properly.
The fold line itself will not be scanned. Keep this in mind if there is content
such as photos, diagrams, or text that spans the fold.
For Folio scanning, only the Bypass mode can be used. Place documents one
at a time.
Adjust the document guides to fit the width of the document. Otherwise, the
image may scan as skewed or shifted.
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When scanning folded documents, switch the feed selection lever
to (Bypass).
When placing folded documents, place the document into the scanner so that
the fold is on the right side. The side of the folded document facing you will
become the right side of the combined image.
When scanning a folded document, set [Scanning Side] on the scanner driver
settings screen to [Folio]. (See "Scanning Side Settings" on page 69.)
The product comes with the following software applications. These applications
have to be installed from the supplied Setup disc.
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CaptureOnTouch
This is a scanning software application that makes it easy to perform scanning
simply by following the on-screen guidance. Assigning scan functions to the
job buttons of the unit is also done with this software.
The maximum size for the combined image is A3. When scanning a folded
document of a size other than the standard formats, set [Page Size] on the
scanner driver settings screen to [Auto-detection]. (See "Paper Size Settings"
on page 67.)
For details on CaptureOnTouch, refer to "Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings".
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CapturePerfect 3.0 (Windows only)
This is scanning application for advanced users. It offers a variety of scanning
methods and functions for editing the scanned image.
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5. Practical Examples
This section provides examples of settings when scanning. Refer to these
examples when specifying ISIS/TWAIN driver settings. For descriptions of
particular setting items, see "Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings," on p. 60.
Scanning Both Sides of Pages
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To scan both sides of pages
Set [Scanning Side] to [Duplex].
Scanning Non-Standard Size Documents
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For details on CapturePerfect 3.0, refer to "Scanning With CapturePerfect 3.0"
below. Also refer to "CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide" in the electronic
manual.
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Scanner driver
This is the scanner driver required for using the unit. When scanning with ISIS
compatible applications (Windows only) or TWAIN compatible applications, the
scanner driver will be called up as required for making various scan settings.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings".
Before starting to use the unit, you must install the software from the Setup disc.
For details on installation, see the "Reference Guide" or "Chapter 2 Setup".
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To scan irregular size documents
To scan a document of a size other than the standard formats, set [Page Size] to
[Auto-detection].The document size will then be detected automatically.
To register an irregular page size for scanning documents
A document size other than the standard formats can be registered with the
[Custom] option.
(See "Adjusting the Scan Area," on p. 73.)
To scan only part of the document page
You can specify the scanning area. However, when [Paper Size] is set to [Autodetect], the scanning area cannot be specified.
(See "Adjusting the Scan Area," on p. 73.)
Scanning Multiple Batches as One Document
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To scan a document that has too many pages to be loaded all at once as
separate batches
Set [Feeding Option] to [Automatic Feeding]. When this option is selected, the
scanner detects documents and starts scanning as they are loaded, so
continuous scanning is possible by loading the document batches repeatedly.
If [Feeding Option] is set to [Panel-Feeding], and the document has been set,
scanning will not start until the start button on the scanner is pressed. This is
useful if you want to straighten documents after you have placed them in the
scanner.
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To create separate files for each batch of documents during continuous
scanning
Select the [Feeding Option] by clicking [Automatic Feeding] or [Panel-Feeding]
and set [Batch separation] to [Auto].This function is available only under
Windows when the scanner driver was called from an ISIS compatible
application.
To scan a batch of documents one page at a time
Set [Feeding Option] to [Automatic Feeding] or [Panel-Feeding] and scan each
document separately. After one document has been scanned, the operation
steps are as follows.
• If [Feeding Option] is set to [Automatic Feeding], load the next document. The
scanner will detect the document and scan it automatically.
• If [Feeding Option] is set to [Panel-Feeding], load the document and then
press the scan button.
Prescan
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To confirm images before scanning
Select the [Prescan] check box. The [Prescan] dialog box is displayed when
scanning starts.
(See "Prescan," on p. 91.)
Registering Settings
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Registering Your Settings
Register a name for your settings in the user preferences. When you want to
recall your settings later, select the name of your registered user preferences,
and they will be reflected in the dialog boxes.
(See "Registering Scanning Conditions," on p. 93.)
By using the Job Function or the Job Scan function of CapturePerfect 3.0, you
can register scanning conditions and methods for processing scanned image
files as jobs, and scan by selecting a job.
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Before using Adobe Acrobat 9.0
There are two methods for scanning a document from the scanner using the
Adobe Acrobat 9.0 included with the provided Setup Disc for DR-2510C/DR2010C. One method is Presets (Black & White Document, Grayscale Document,
Color Document or Color Image), in which the scanning parameters are set
beforehand, and the other method is Custom Scan, which allows you to select
the parameters used for scanning. The Custom Scan method also provides the
option of either showing or hiding the scanner's Native Interface (the scanner's
own settings screen) while scanning.
If you use Adobe Acrobat 9.0 with this scanner and scan using the Custom Scan
method, you should display the scanner's Native Interface for the following
reasons.
If you make scans without showing the Native Interface, it may not be possible
to scan correctly at the specified Paper Size.
If you use Presets to scan without showing the Native Interface, it may not be
possible to scan correctly at the specified Paper Size.
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Remove the jammed document from the document feeding side or
document ejecting side.
When paper jams occur during scanning, use the following procedure to clear
them.
CAUTION
When removing jammed paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of
the paper.
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Remove any documents that have been left in the eject tray.
IMPORTANT
Make sure to pull the document out carefully, without applying too much force. If
the jammed paper tears while you are pulling it out, make sure to remove any
remaining pieces from inside the scanner.
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Press the OPEN knob from both sides (c), and pull the front unit out and
downward to open it (d).
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Close the front unit by gently pushing it up on both sides until clicks into
place. Make sure that the front unit is completely closed by pushing until
you hear a click.
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After removing the jammed paper, check to see if the last page was scanned
correctly, and then continue scanning.
If a paper jam occurs when [Rapid recovery system] is enabled in the scanner
driver setting screen, the image data of the document is not saved and
operation is interrupted. This allows you to continue scanning from the
document that caused the paper jam after the paper jam is fixed.
Setting the Long Document Mode
The length of documents that can be scanned with the scanner is normally 14.02"
(356 mm), but you can scan documents up to 39.2" (1000 mm) long by setting the
scanner to the Long Document mode.
IMPORTANT
By selecting the Long Document mode and setting the [Paper Size] on the
scanner driver settings screen to [Auto-detection], documents of up to 39.2"
(1,000 mm) in length can be scanned. Note the following when using the Long
Document mode:
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When scanning in the Long Document mode, if the document is placed on
the scanner in a skewed position, it may hit the edges of the feeding area
and be damaged. Be careful to place the document so that it is not skewed.
When scanning with the Long Document mode, paper jam detection may
react slowly, resulting in damage to the document. Be careful to avoid paper
jams.
When scanning long documents, make sure to set the feed selection lever to
(Bypass), and scan the documents one at a time.
Setting procedure under Windows
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Click the [Start] button → [Control Panel].
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Double-click [Scanners and Cameras].
Right-click [CANON DR-2010C USB] or [CANON DR-2510C USB] → click
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Click the [Maintenance] tab → [Long Document Mode (1,000 mm)].
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Click [Apply] → [OK].
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Turn the scanner OFF and then ON again.
Setting procedure under Mac OS X
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Start Image Capture.
To start Image Capture, click the hard disk icon (e.g. [Macintosh HD]), the
[Applications] folder, and then the [Image Capture] icon.
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Click [Browse Devices] in the [Devices] menu.
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Select the scanner you want to use, and select the [Use TWAIN software]
check box.
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Click [OK].
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Click [DR-2510M TWAIN] in the [Devices] menu.
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Click [Scan].
The settings screen for the scanner driver appears.
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Click the
(information) button.
The [Scanner Information] dialog box appears.
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Click [Maintenance].
The [Maintenance] dialog box appears.
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Click [Long document (1000mm)].
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1. What is CaptureOnTouch?
Chapter 4 CaptureOnTouch Settings
CaptureOnTouch is a scanning application that allows you to scan documents
using easy-to-follow on-screen instructions.
Save to folder
Save to a specified folder.
Print
Print to a specified
printer.
1. What is CaptureOnTouch? ......................................................... 35
2. Starting CaptureOnTouch .......................................................... 36
Quitting CaptureOnTouch ..................................................................... 37
Restarting CaptureOnTouch.................................................................. 37
3. Scanner Settings .................................................................... 37
(Network)
Basic Scanner Settings......................................................................... 38
Send to application
Open scanned images with a
specified application.
4. Output Method Settings ............................................................ 39
5. Scan First ............................................................................ 40
6. Select Scan Job ..................................................................... 42
Registering/Editing Jobs ...................................................................... 42
Selecting Scan Jobs ............................................................................. 44
Scanner
7. Scanning with the Job Buttons.................................................... 46
8. Environmental Settings ............................................................ 46
[Basic settings] Tab .............................................................................. 47
[E-mail settings] Tab ............................................................................ 47
Attach to E-mail
Start an e-mail application and
attach scanned images to a new
e-mail.
CaptureOnTouch provides multiple scanning methods for you to select based on
your intended purpose.
Scan First
Please note that although the procedures and screens used in this chapter are
those used in the Windows version of CaptureOnTouch, operations for the Mac
OS X version are the same.
Mac OS X operations are described for operations that differ between versions,
such as starting and quitting the application.
This method allows you to select an output method after a document is scanned,
and then configure the necessary settings.
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2. Starting CaptureOnTouch
CaptureOnTouch resides on your system when you start your computer, and a
CaptureOnTouch icon appears on the taskbar (menu bar in Mac OS X) (default).
When you click
(CaptureOnTouch) on the taskbar (menu bar in Mac OS X) and
click [Launch CaptureOnTouch] in the menu that appears, the CaptureOnTouch
main screen appears.
This method allows you to register scanning conditions and output methods as
jobs, and then select a job that matches your intended purpose to begin scanning.
This is useful for repeating specific scanning operations multiple times.
Scanning with the Job Buttons
[Scan First] and [Select Scan Job] are pre-assigned to the three job buttons on the
scanner, and you can start scanning by pressing one of these buttons after loading
your document.
In Windows, you can also start from the Windows Start menu. Click [Start], point
to [All Programs], point to [Canon DR-2510C] (or [Canon DR-2010C]), and then
click [CaptureOnTouch].
Job button
Select Scan Job (Windows: Color PDF,
Mac OS X: Color JPEG iPhoto)
Select Scan Job (E-mail Color PDF)
Scan First
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Quitting CaptureOnTouch
Click
(CaptureOnTouch) on the taskbar (menu bar in Mac OS X), and click [Exit]
in the menu.
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3. Scanner Settings
Configure various scan settings such as the scanning method and document size
(collectively referred to as “scanner settings”).
[Scan First] and [Select Scan Job] share the same scanner setting items.
For [Scan First]
The application no longer resides on the system, and the taskbar (menu bar in Mac
OS X) icon disappears.
NOTE
If you end CaptureOnTouch on Mac OS X, scanning cannot be started by pressing a
job button (See p.46). In such a case, start CaptureOnTouch again.
Restarting CaptureOnTouch
Press any job button on the scanner to restart CaptureOnTouch. CaptureOnTouch
starts and the main screen appears.
When using [Scan First], you configure scanner settings before scanning begins.
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CaptureOnTouch resides on the system when it starts, and the CaptureOnTouch
icon appears on the taskbar (menu bar).
In Windows, you can also restart from the Windows Start menu. Click [Start],
point to [Programs] (or [All Programs]), point to [Canon DR-2510C] (or [Canon
DR-2010C]), and then click [CaptureOnTouch].
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Basic Scanner Settings
Configure the basic setting items for the scanner.
Configurations from the driver settings screen are used for setting items that are
not included in the basic setting items.
„ [Color mode]
Select from the following modes for scanning documents.
[Auto Color Detection]
Automatically detects whether a document is color or black and white, and
scans.
[24-bit Color]
Scans the document in color.
[Grayscale]
Scans the document in grayscale.
[Black and White]
Scans the documents in black and white (binary).
„ [Page Size]
When using [Select Scan Job], you configure scanner settings for each job.
Specify the page size of documents.
When [Auto size detect] is specified, the scanner detects the page size of the
document, and the image is saved in the detected size.
„ [Orientation]
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Scanner settings include the basic settings found in the [Scanner setting] dialog
box (or [Scanner setting] tab) and the advanced settings found in the driver
settings screen. Setting configurations from the driver settings screen are used for
all settings not found in the basic settings.
For details on setting items, refer to the Help.
Specify the orientation in which documents are fed into the scanner (vertical or
horizontal).
This setting can only be configured when a page size that can be fed
horizontally through the scanner is selected for [Page Size]. The driver settings
are used for the density threshold at which blank pages are skipped.
„ [Dots per inch]
Specify the scanning resolution.
„ [Scanning Side]
Specify whether to scan only one side of a document or both sides.
If you select [Skip blank page] and a blank page is detected within the
document while scanning, the blank page will be skipped.
„ [Deskew]
When a document is scanned at an angle, the slant is detected and straightened
in the scanned image.
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„ [Text orientation recognition]
The orientation of text in scanned images is detected, and the images are
rotated to match the orientation of the text.
„ [Use advanced settings dialog box]
Scanner settings other than the basic settings are configured in the driver
settings screen. To open the driver settings screen, select the [Use advanced
settings dialog box] check box and click the [Open] button.
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4. Output Method Settings
CaptureOnTouch provides four output methods for processing scanned images.
[Scan First] and [Select Scan Job] share the same output method settings.
For [Scan First]
When using [Scan First], select an output method in the [Output method] screen
that appears after scanning, and then configure the settings for the selected
method.
For [Select Scan Job]
When using [Select Scan Job], configure an output method for each job.
The output settings that appear differ depending on the output method selected.
[Save to folder]
Save scanned images to a specified folder. When
this method is selected, you must configure settings
for the image file to be saved.
For details on setting items, refer to the Help in the driver settings screen.
The basic setting items found in the driver settings screen are the same as
those in the [Scanner setting] dialog box, but the configurations for each
setting are stored separately. The setting configurations that are used during
scanning are determined by the [Use advanced settings dialog box] check box
setting as follows.
[Attach to E-mail]
[Use advanced settings
dialog box] setting
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Basic setting items
Other setting items
Clear
Configurations from
the [Scanner setting]
dialog box are used.
Configurations from
the driver settings
screen are used.
Selected
Configurations from the driver settings screen
are used.
Start an e-mail application and attach scanned
images to a new e-mail. When this method is
selected, you must configure settings for the image
file to be attached.
To use this function, you must specify the e-mail
application that you want to use as the default
application for your operating system. The following
are examples of typical applications that are
supported.
Windows: Windows Mail and Outlook Express
(both OS standard applications), MAPIcompatible (Microsoft Messaging
Application Programming Interface) email applications
Mac OS X: Mail (OS standard application),
Microsoft Entourage 2004 for Mac
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[[Print]
Print scanned images to a specified printer. When
this method is selected, you must specify the printer
to which images will be printed.
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Operation Flow
Scan document
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Select output method
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Configure output settings
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Output scanned images
[Send to application]
Open scanned images with a specified application.
When this method is selected, you must click the
[Browse] button and specify the executable file for
an application that can open the image file. In
addition, configure settings for the image file to be
saved.
When Using PaperPort (only for Windows)
• The PaperPort application supplied with this unit uses the [Documents] folder
by default. When sending the image file to PaperPort and specifying the save
destination, be sure to specify the [Documents] folder or a folder within the
[Documents] folder. Specifying any other folder may result in an error.
• If you want to specify a folder other than the [Documents] folder, use [Folder
Manager] in PaperPort to register that folder beforehand.
• In Windows Vista, the documents folder and pictures folder are located on the
same level in the folder hierarchy. As a result, be sure to register the pictures
folder using [Folder Manager] in PaperPort if you want to specify that folder.
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Place the document in the scanner.
Click the [Scan First] tab.
The main screen for [Scan First] appears.
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When scanning is finished, the [Output method] screen appears in the
main window.
Click [Scanner setting] to display the [Scanner setting] dialog box, and
configure the scanner settings.
NOTE
If the [Enable continuous scanning] check box was selected, a message asking
whether to continue scanning another document appears when the initial scan is
finished. Load the next document into the scanner, and click the [Continue
scanning] button. Click the [Continue to next step] button to go the [Output
method] screen.
For details on scanner setting items, refer to the Help.
When you are finished configuring, click the [OK] button to close the
[Scanner setting] dialog box.
NOTE
To scan multiple documents as a single image file or scan several documents in
batches, select the [Enable continuous scanning] check box.
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Click the [Start] button.
The document is scanned. While scanning is in progress, the number of
pages scanned is displayed in addition to the scanner settings.
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Specify the output method.
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Configure settings for the output method, and click the output button to
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6. Select Scan Job
Operation Flow
Register jobs
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Select job
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Scan document
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Output scanned images
The name of the output button differs depending on the selected output
method. If you select [Save to folder] for the output method, for example,
the output button appears as [Save].
The completion screen appears after the scanned images are output. This
completes [Scan First] scanning.
Registering/Editing Jobs
In CaptureOnTouch, you can register up to 10 jobs for use with [Select Scan
Job].
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Click the [Select Scan Job] tab.
The main screen for [Select Scan Job] appears.
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Click [Return to main screen] to return to the main screen of [Scan First].
If [Save to folder] is selected for the output method and you click [Open storage
folder], the folder in which the scanned image files are stored will open.
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[Output settings] tab
Configure settings for the output method. The items that appear in this tab
differ depending on the [Output method] selected.
Click the [Register new job] button.
The [Register new job] dialog box appears.
[Scanner setting] tab
Configure scan conditions.
NOTE
If you select a registered job and click [Job list/edit], the [Job editing] dialog box
appears allowing you to edit the settings of the selected job.
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Configure the job settings.
a Select an [Unconfigured] job number from the job list. If you select a
job that is already registered, the title bar display changes to [Job
editing].
b Enter the job name.
c Specify the output method.
d Configure the job settings.
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c
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d
Job settings are configured in the following three tabs.
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[Button assignment] tab
Configure settings to assign the job to a job button on the scanner. If
[Assign scanner button 1 to Scan First] is selected in the main screen,
assignment to job button 1 is not available.
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Selecting Scan Jobs
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Place the document in the scanner.
Click the [Select Scan Job] tab.
Click the [OK] button.
The main screen for [Select Scan Job] appears.
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The job is registered according to the configured settings and appears in
the job list.
To confirm the settings of a registered job or to change the settings, click
the [Job list/edit] button.
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If the [Confirm output] check box is selected, you can confirm output settings
after scanning.
If the [Enable continuous scanning] check box is selected, you can continue
scanning after all the pages of a document are scanned.
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Click the [Start] button.
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NOTE
Click [Return to main screen] to return to the main screen of [Select Scan Job].
If [Save to folder] is selected for the output method and you click [Open storage
folder], the folder in which the scanned image files are stored will open.
If the [Enable continuous scanning] check box was selected
When all the pages of a document are scanned, the confirmation screen to continue
appears. If you want to continue scanning another document, load the document
into the scanner and click the [Continue scanning] button. If you are finished
scanning documents, click the [Continue to next step] button.
If the [Confirm output] check box was selected
The output confirmation screen appears before the scanned images are output.
Change output method settings as necessary, and click the output button. The
name of the output button differs depending on the selected output method.
The document is scanned. While scanning is in progress, the number of
pages scanned is displayed in addition to the scanner settings.
When all the pages of the document are scanned, the scanned images are
output according to the registered job settings, and the completion screen
appears.
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7. Scanning with the Job Buttons
8. Environmental Settings
Under default settings, [Scan First] and [Select Scan Job] are pre-assigned to
the three job buttons on the scanner.
To configure environmental settings for CaptureOnTouch, click the [Environ.
Settings] button in the main screen and open the [Environmental settings]
dialog box.
Job button
Select Scan Job (Windows: Color PDF,
Mac OS X: Color JPEG iPhoto)
Select Scan Job (E-mail Color PDF)
Scan First
When you load a document in the scanner and press a job button, CaptureOnTouch
launches and scanning begins.
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NOTE
If the [Assign scanner button 1 to Scan First] check box is disabled in the main
screen, [Gray PDF] is assigned to job button 1 under default settings.
When you start [Select Scan Job] using a job button, the document is scanned
according to the settings for the assigned job, and the scanned image is output.
CaptureOnTouch closes automatically 5 seconds after output processing is
finished.
The [Environmental settings] dialog box is composed of the [Basic settings] tab
and [E-mail settings] tab.
The following sections describe the settings on each tab.
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[Basic settings] Tab
The [Basic settings] tab allows you to configure the following settings.
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[Restore] button
Restore configurations from previously backed up registry files.
When using multiple scanners, you can back up the environmental settings on one
scanner, and restore those settings on another scanner to copy the settings.
Back up
Restore
Backup file
[E-mail settings] Tab
The [E-mail settings] tab allows you to set the size limit for image files that can be
attached to e-mails.
[Launch method]
When the [Launch CaptureOnTouch when scanner is connected] check box is
selected, CaptureOnTouch will start when Windows detects that the scanner is
connected.
[Task tray icon]
When the [Display icon in task tray when logged on] check box is cleared,
(CaptureOnTouch icon) will not appear on the taskbar.
[Back Up] / [Restore]
Use the [Back Up] button or [Restore] button to create backup files for
CaptureOnTouch configurations (including settings, registered jobs, etc.), or
restore configurations from previously backed up data.
[Back Up] button
Creates a backup file (*.reg) of CaptureOnTouch configuration data.You can retain
the initial settings of CaptureOnTouch by performing backup before you begin
using CaptureOnTouch.
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[Maximum size of attached file]
If the [Display confirmation message if file size exceeds the above] check box is
selected and an attached file exceeds the size limit, a confirmation message will
appear.
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When using [Scan First], the confirmation message will appear after the entire
document is scanned.
When using [Select Scan Job], the confirmation message will appear if the file
size exceeds the set limit during scanning.
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1. Scanning with CapturePerfect 3.0
Chapter 5 Other Scanning Methods
CapturePerfect 3.0 is an ISIS-compliant application developed for Canon
document scanners. For more information on CapturePerfect 3.0, refer to the
CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide.
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2. Basic Scanning Procedure......................................................... 50
3. Using the Scan Panel .............................................................. 55
4. Special Scanning ................................................................... 56
NOTE
CapturePerfect 3.0 is a Windows-only application.
Scanning with CapturePerfect
The following scanning methods are available for selection from the [Scan] menu
in CapturePerfect 3.0.
Scan Batch to File
Saves scanned images as files to a
specified folder.
Scan Batch to Printer
Prints scanned images to a
specified printer.
(Network)
Scan Batch to Mail
Starts your e-mail application and
attaches the scanned image to a new email message.
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Scan to Presentation
Displays scanned images via a
projector.
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Scan Batch to File
Documents are scanned with preset scanning conditions, and the scanned image
data is saved to a specified folder.
Scan Batch to Printer
Documents are scanned with preset scanning conditions, and the scanned image
data is printed to a specified printer.
Scan Batch to Mail
Documents are scanned with preset scanning conditions, and a MAPI-compliant email client is started to generate a new e-mail message with the scanned images as
attachments.
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This section describes how to start CapturePerfect 3.0, select the scanner, and
scan documents.
The Scan Batch to File function is used here as an example.
For details, see the CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide and CapturePerfect
Online Help.
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From the Windows task bar, click [Start] → point to [All Programs] →
[CapturePerfect 3.0] → click [CapturePerfect 3.0].
Scan Page
Only one page of the document is scanned.
Scan Job
The scanning conditions and scan mode (Scan Batch to File, Scan Batch to Printer,
or Scan Batch to Mail) are registered in advance as a job. The scan job can then be
executed by selecting the registered job from the drop-down list (A), and then
clicking (Scan Job) on the toolbar (B).
A total of 99 jobs can be registered, including the following two preregistered scan
jobs:
Color Document
Scans the document in 24-bit color, simplex mode, and 300 dpi resolution, and
saves the image as a PDF file in the [My Pictures] folder.
Binary Document
Scans the document in black-and-white, simplex mode, and 200 dpi resolution,
and saves the image as a PDF file in the [My Pictures] folder.
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From the [Scan] menu, select [Select Scanner].
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Click [OK] to finish Scanner Selection.
From the [Scan] menu, select [Scan Batch to File].
The [Select Scanner] dialog box appears.
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Select your scanner name → click [OK].
The [Scan Batch to File Setting] dialog box appears.
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Click [Scanner Setting], and configure the scanner settings.
The [Configure Device Setlings] dialog box appears.
NOTE
If your scanner name is not displayed in the list of scanners, re-install the scanner
driver (See "Installing the Software," on p. 13.).
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Select the default page size from the drop-down list.
The properties dialog box for the scanner driver appears.
NOTE
Clicking [Default] in the properties dialog box for the ISIS driver causes the setting
configured here to be applied.
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Specify the file name and format for the image file to be saved.
For details on other settings in the [Scan Batch to File Setting] dialog box,
see the CapturePerfect 3.0 Operation Guide.
Place the documents into the scanner, and click [Save] to start scanning.
IMPORTANT
Depending on the [Feeding Option] setting of the scanner driver, place your
documents as follows:
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scanning. If you stop a scanning procedure in progress from the Scan Panel,
the [Continue Scanning] dialog box appears.
When [Feeding Option] is set to [Automatic Feeding]
Documents are fed whenever the sensor in the document feed tray detects
documents. When you start a scanning procedure with CapturePerfect and a
document is placed in the scanner, scanning begins. When the entire
document is scanned, the scanner enters standby and automatically begins
feeding when the next document is placed. When you are finished scanning
and stop the scanning procedure from the Scan Panel, the [Continue
Scanning] dialog box appears.
Configure the scanning conditions.
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When [Feeding Option] is set to [Standard Feeding]
When you start a scanning procedure with CapturePerfect, the document
placed in the scanner is fed and scanned. When the entire document is
scanned, the [Continue Scanning] dialog box appears. When scanning with
this feeding option, make sure to place documents in the scanner before
starting the scan procedure.
When [Feeding Option] is set to [Panel Feeding]
When you start a scanning procedure with CapturePerfect, scanning will not
begin until you operate the Scan Panel. Place the document in the scanner,
and operate the Scan Panel (See p.?) to feed the document and begin
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When the [Continue Scanning] dialog box appears, check whether a
document is placed, and click [Continue Scanning] or [Stop Scanning].
NOTE
If [Use Continue Scanning dialog] is not selected in the [Scan] menu, scanning
finishes without displaying the [Continue Scanning] dialog box.
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When scanning is complete, select [Exit] from the [File] menu to quit
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The following jobs are already registered to job numbers 01 and 02.
Job Number
Registering Scan Jobs and Scanning
Job Title
Job Type
01
Color Document
ScanToPC
02
Binary Document
ScanToPC
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Select a job number to register ([No.]), and click [Create/Edit].
The [Create/Edit] dialog box appears.
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Enter the job title.
You can register the scanning conditions and scan mode in advance as a job with
CapturePerfect. By selecting [Scan Job] from the [Scan] menu, you can specify
these registered jobs and perform scanning.
Registering Scan Jobs
Perform the following to register jobs.
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Select [Job] from the [Edit] menu.
The [Register/Edit/Delete] dialog box appears.
NOTE
Job titles may consist of up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
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Specify a function in the [Function] list box.
[Scan To PC]:
Saves scanned images to a specified computer.
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[Scan To Mail]:
Specify the file name and format for the image file to be attached to the
e-mail message.
[Scan To Mail]:
Attaches scanned images to an e-mail message and sends it.
[Scan To Print]:
Prints scanned images to a specified printer.
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Click [Detail Settings].
A settings dialog box based on the specified function appears.
[Scan To PC]:
Specify the file name, format, and destination for the image file to be saved.
[Scan To Print]:
Specify the printer to which images will be printed.
NOTE
The [Details of File Settings] and [JPEG compression] buttons appear in the [Scan
Batch to File Setting] and [Scan Batch to Mail Setting] dialog boxes. These buttons
are enabled when [Save as type] is set to a format other than [BMP File (*.bmp)],
and you can use them to configure file format settings for each job.
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Click [OK] ([Save] for [Scan To PC]) to close the settings dialog box.
The registered settings appear in the [Register/Edit/Delete] dialog box.
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3. Using the Scan Panel
If Feeding Option in the scan settings is set to [Panel-Feeding] or [Automatic
Feeding], the Scan Panel will appear when you start scanning.
You can register up to 99 jobs.
To edit the settings of a registered job, select the job and click [Create/Edit].
b
To delete a registered job, select the job to delete and click [Delete].
Executing Scan Jobs
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c
a
d
Select a job title from the list box in the job registration toolbar.
a
c
b
The Scan Panel has the following functions.
2
Place the documents into the scanner.
For details on placing documents, see "Placing Documents"’ on p. 24.
3
Select [Scan Job] from the [Scan] menu.
Scanning begins according to the registered job settings.
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cStart button (Continue scanning)
If Feeding Option is set to [Panel-Feeding], clicking this button starts scanning.
dStop button (Finish)
Stops scanning.
eJob display
When the Start and Stop functions are assigned to the job buttons, [Start]
([Continue scanning]) and [Stop] ([Finish] button) are shown here.
If nothing is shown on the job display, the Start and Stop functions are not
assigned to the job buttons. In this case, you should use the Start and Stop
buttons on the Scan Panel.
fBatch separation button (Only for Windows)
After selecting [Panel] as the batch separation setting on the [Others] tab, if you
enable batch separation from the application and start scanning, this button
becomes active when scanning of the current document completes, and
scanning stops. When clicked, this button depresses and remains depressed
while scanning with batch separation continues, until scanning of the current
document completes, and scanning stops. The button then returns to normal.
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NOTE
When you open the scanner driver in Windows, the Scan Panel icon appears on the
taskbar. You can open the Scan Panel by double-clicking the icon.
This section describes examples of settings that can be specified when scanning
with the scanner. For more information, see Chapter 6, "Scanner Driver Settings," or
the Online Help.
Enhancing the Text of a Document
You can set the scanning conditions to enhance the text of documents with dark
backgrounds or documents with a light uniform background and low-contrast text.
Set [Mode] on the scanner driver settings screen to [Advanced Text Enhancement]
(only for Windows) or [Advanced Text Enhancement II].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Scan Mode Settings."
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Text Enhancement
Scanning Documents That Include Both Color and Black-and-White Pages
You can set the scanning conditions to detect whether the document to scan is in
color or black and white, and save it as a color image or black and white image
accordingly.
Set [Mode] on the scanner driver settings screen to [Auto Color Detection].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Auto Color Detection."
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Scanning Different Sized Documents Together
Skipping Blank Pages
You can set the scanning conditions to scan different sized documents, such as
LTR and LGL (A4 and B5) documents, together, while detecting the correct size of
the document.
Set [Mode] on the scanner driver Settings screen to [Advanced Text Enhancement]
(only for Windows) or [Advanced Text Enhancement II].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 2, "Using the
Scanner - Scanning Different Sized Documents," in the Reference Guide.
You can set the scanning conditions to determine whether a scanned image is a
blank page, and skip saving the image if so.
Set [Scanning Side] on the scanner driver settings screen to [Skip blank page].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Scanning Side Settings."
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Auto Page Size Detection
IMPORTANT
When scanning multiple documents of different sizes, place the documents so
that they cover the entire span of the feed rollers.
This blank page will be skipped
Scanning (Single-Sided) 11" X 17"/A3 Documents
You can set the scanning conditions to scan both sides of an 11" X 17"/A3
document folded in half to be combined as a single image.
Set [Scanning Side] on the scanner driver settings screen to [Folio].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see "Placing Folded
Documents" (p. 27) and Chapter 6, "Scanner Driver Settings - Scanning Side
Settings."
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Deskewing Documents
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Reducing Bleed Through for Thin Documents and Documents with Dark
Reverse Sides
You can set the scanning conditions to detect slanted document pages and
straighten the scanned images.
Select the [Deskew] check box on the scanner driver settings screen.
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Correcting Image Skewing."
You can set the scanning conditions to reduce bleed through when scanning thin
document pages and those with dark content on the back side, or to remove the
background from document images.
Select the [Prevent Bleed Through / Remove Background] check box on the
scanner driver settings screen.
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Removing the Document Background/Bleeding."
Deleting Borders and Ruled Lines of a Specified Color (Red/Green/Blue)
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Deskew On
You can set the scanning conditions to omit borders and ruled lines of a specified
color (red, green, or blue) from the scanned image. However, this function is only
available when scanning in black-and-white.
Change the [Color drop-out] setting on the scanner driver settings screen to the
color that should be ignored.
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Omitting a Specific Color."
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You can set the scanning conditions to reduce the moire effect (a shimmering,
wavy pattern) that often appears when scanning color documents or scanning in
grayscale.
Set [Moiré Reduction] on the scanner driver settings screen to [High Quality Moiré
Reduction].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Moire Reduction."
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Correcting the Text Orientation of Documents
Enhancing the Red color for Black-and-White Scanning
You can set the scanning conditions to detect the text orientation in scanned
images, and rotate the images in 90° increments as needed to normalize the
orientation.
Select the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box on the scanner driver settings
screen.
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Correcting Text Orientation."
You can set the scanning conditions to enhance the red color when performing
black and white scanning.
Set the [Color drop-out] setting on the scanner driver settings screen to [Red
Enhance].
For more information on setting the scanning conditions, see Chapter 6, "Scanner
Driver Settings - Enhancing the Red Color."
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Creating Smaller Files
You can set the scanning conditions to save the scanned image as a PDF file with a
high compression rate, so that the file size is smaller.
Select the [PDF] file format in the output settings, and set [Compression mode] to
[High Compression] in the [Detail Settings]. You can also select the [JPEG] file
format, and set a high compression ratio in the [Detail Settings].
Saving the Text Data of Documents as Search Keywords
You can set the scanning conditions to convert the text information of a document
into text data when creating a PDF file, to be used when searching the text on a
computer.
Select the [PDF] file format in the output settings, and select the [Add OCR
information] check box in the [Detail Settings].
Specifying Security Settings for PDF Files (Windows only)
You can specify security settings to restrict the viewing, printing, and editing of
PDF files created with CapturePerfect 3.0.
For more information on specifying security settings, see the CapturePerfect3.0
Operation Guide.
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1. Before Using the Scanner
Chapter 6 Scanner Driver Settings
1. Before Using the Scanner ......................................................... 60
To use the scanner with an ISIS-compliant application (only for Windows) or
TWAIN-compliant application, the scanner must first be selected as the scanner
to be used.
Scanner selection under Windows
2. Scan driver settings ................................................................ 62
Scan Mode Settings ............................................................................. 64
Auto Color Detection ............................................................................ 66
Paper Size Settings............................................................................... 67
Scan Resolution Settings ..................................................................... 68
Scanning Side Settings......................................................................... 69
Correcting Image Skewing ................................................................... 71
Moire Reduction ................................................................................... 72
Adjusting the Scan Area ....................................................................... 73
Brightness/Contrast Adjustment........................................................... 75
Gamma Curve Settings......................................................................... 77
Image Contour Adjustment................................................................... 78
Image Rotation ..................................................................................... 80
Correcting Text Orientation................................................................... 81
Removing the Document Background/Preventing Bleed Through ........ 82
Omitting a Specific Color...................................................................... 83
Enhancing the Red Color ...................................................................... 85
Rapid Recovery System ....................................................................... 86
Double Feed Detection.......................................................................... 88
Feeding Options.................................................................................... 89
Prescan ................................................................................................ 91
Registering Scanning Conditions ......................................................... 93
Checking the Version............................................................................ 94
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This section describes how to select the scanner using CapturePerfect 3.0.
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From the Windows task bar, click [Start] → point to [All Programs] →
[CapturePerfect 3.0] → click [CapturePerfect 3.0].
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From the [Scan] menu, select [Select Scanner].
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Select [Canon DR-2510C] or [Canon DR-2010C] → click [OK].
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Scanner selection under Mac OS X
As an example, the following explanation describes the procedure when using
Image Capture, a standard-installed application for Mac OS X.
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Start Image Capture.
To start Image Capture, click the hard disk icon (e.g. [Macintosh HD]), the
[Applications] folder, and then the [Image Capture] icon.
NOTE
If [Canon DR-2510C] or [Canon DR-2010C] is not displayed in the list of scanners,
reinstall the ISIS/TWAIN driver. (See "Installing the Software," on p. 13)
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Click [Browse Devices] in the [Devices] menu.
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Select the scanner you want to use, and select the [Use TWAIN software]
check box.
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Click [OK].
Select the default page size from the drop-down list → click [OK].
NOTE
The [Configure Device Settings] dialog box is displayed only when you select
[Canon DR-2510C] or [Canon DR-2010C] for the first time and click [OK], or
when you click [Setup] for [Scanner Selection].
The settings here are applied when you click the [Default] button on the ISIS
driver properties dialog box.
For a TWAIN driver, the default value is set to "LTR" and cannot be changed.
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From the [Scan] menu, select [Scanner Setting].
The ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box is displayed.
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2. Scan driver settings
This section describes the various settings that can be made from the scanner
driver settings screen.
Scanner driver settings screen under Windows
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Click [Scan].
The ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box is displayed when you select [Scanner
Setting] on the [Scan] menu of CapturePerfect 3.0.
It consists of four tabs: the [Basic] tab, [Brightness] tab, [Image processing] tab,
and [Others] tab.
Specify the settings on each tab as necessary to set the scanning conditions.
For details on each setting, also refer to the Help.
The Scanner driver settings screen appears.
[OK] button
Confirms the settings and closes the dialog box.
[Scan] button
For a TWAIN compatible application that can perform scanning from the
properties dialog box, the [Scan] button is displayed instead of the [OK] button.
Press the [Scan] button to scan with the displayed settings.
[Cancel] button
Cancels the settings and closes the dialog box.
[Default] button
Returns the settings to their default values.
[Help] button
Displays Help for the currently open tab or dialog box.
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NOTE
If you are using a TWAIN driver, the two extra settings below are displayed on the
[Basic] tab and [Image processing] tab. Refer to the Help for details.
-[Basic] tab: Scan options
-[Image processing]: Black/white reversion
Scanner driver settings screen under Mac OS X
The Scanner driver settings screen under Max OS X has a Simple Mode and an
Advanced Mode. (In the default condition after installation of the scanner driver, the
screen will open in Simple Mode.) You can switch between modes by clicking the
tabs at the top of the properties screen.
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IMPORTANT
If you switch modes, any settings configured up to that point will be discarded.
If the TWAIN driver settings screen is called from CaptureOnTouch, the
screen is always in Advanced Mode. You cannot switch to Simple Mode.
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Scan Mode Settings
This section describes the procedure for setting the scan mode to suit your
needs.
Under Windows
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
select the scanning mode from the [Mode] drop-down list.
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Select a suitable setting for [Mode]. (This is the same in Simple Mode and
Advanced Mode.)
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[256-level Gray]
Scans documents containing photos as grayscale images.
„ Color
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[24-bit Color]
Scans documents containing color photos as full-color images.
„ Auto Color Detection
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[Auto Color Detection]
Whether a document is black-and-white or color is detected before the
scanned image is saved.
y When [Auto Color Detection] is enabled, the [Setting] button is enabled
for opening the [Auto Color Detection] dialog box, where you can make
settings affecting how color documents are scanned, and select which
scanning mode to use for black-and-white.
Prescan
„ Grayscale
Batch Separation**
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Color Drop-out
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Settings Tab
Black/white reversion*
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[Black and White]
Use this mode to scan text and line drawing documents as black-and-white
(binary) images.
[Error Diffusion]
Use this mode to scan documents containing photos as black-and-white
(binary) images.
[Advanced Text Enhancement] (only for Windows)
Use this mode to scan documents with a dark or non-uniform (pattern)
background.
y If the background is uniform it is removed where it surrounds the text.
y If the background is non-uniform, such as a pattern, it is processed to
enhance text readability.
[Advanced Text Enhancement II]
Use this mode to scan documents with a light uniform background and
low-contrast text.
y The background in tight spaces around text may not be removed.
y Documents with low-contrast text can be made more readable by
adjusting [Contrast] on the [Brightness] tab.
y If the background is non-uniform, such as a pattern, the background
remains visible in the scanned image, and text may be hard to read.
Prevent Bleed Through /
Remove Background
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Depending on the mode setting, other functions may become unavailable, as
shown below.
Edge emphasis
„ Black-and-White
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y Depending on the application program, operation may become unstable
when [Auto Color Detection] is enabled. In that case, [Auto Color
Detection] should be disabled.
y For details, See "Auto Color Detection," on p. 66.
Moire Reduction
You can select the following modes, according to the type of document you
want to scan. Note that some functions may be restricted, depending on the
mode settings.
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Auto Color Detection
This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to automatically
detect whether a document is in color or black-and-white when scanning.
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Select [Auto Color Detection] for [Mode].
2
In Advanced Mode, when [Auto Color Detection] is selected for [Mode],
various items can be set on the screen.
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
select [Auto Color Detection] from the [Mode] drop-down list → click
[Setting].
Specify the various settings in the [Auto Image Type Detection Settings]
dialog box → click [OK].
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Paper Size Settings
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The settings you can specify are as follows.
- [Color Saturation/Proportion of Color]
Normally scan with the default values (Color Saturation: 2, Proportion of Color:
2), but change the settings when you want to scan a color document as a blackand-white document.
y Color Saturation: change the setting towards "High" when you want to scan a
color document with low color saturation as a black-and-white document.
y Proportion of Color: change the setting towards "High" when you want to scan
a colordocument with a low proportion of color as a black-and-white
document.
- [Mode in case of binary]
Select the scanning mode when a page is detected as black and white.
- [Brightness]
This setting adjusts the brightness when [Advanced Text Enhancement] (only for
Windows) or [Advanced Text Enhancement II] is selected with the Black and
White mode. For other modes, the brightness is set from the [Brightness] tab.
The brightness setting for other modes is dependent on the following settings.
Windows: [Brightness] under [Brightness] tab
Mac OS X: [Brightness] under [Brightness/Contrast]
- [Contrast]
This setting adjusts the contrast when [Advanced Text Enhancement II] is
selected with the Black and White mode. For other modes, the contrast is set
from the [Brightness] tab. The contrast setting for other modes is dependent on
the following settings.
Windows: [Contrast] under [Brightness] tab
Mac OS X: [Contrast] under [Brightness/Contrast]
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This section describes the procedure for selecting the size for scanning.
Under Windows
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Click the [Basic] tab → click the page size in [Page Size].
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Scan Resolution Settings
This section describes the procedure for setting the resolution for scanning.
Select [Auto-detection] for [Page Size]. (This is the same in Simple Mode
and Advanced Mode.)
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NOTE
Click [Auto-detection] to scan the following kinds of documents.
- Documents of undetermined size
- Documents including mixed page sizes
- When using the Long Document mode (See "Setting the Long Document
Mode," on p. 32.)
When [Auto-detection] is selected, the [Area] setting in the [Scan Area] dialog
box is disabled.
Depending on the application, operation may become unstable when [Autodetection] is enabled. In that case, [Auto-detection] should be disabled.
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
select the resolution for scanning from the [Dots per inch] drop-down list.
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Select a suitable resolution setting for [Dots per inch]. (This is the same in
Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.)
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Scanning Side Settings
This section describes the procedure for setting the page side settings for
scanning.
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NOTE
Higher resolutions provide clearer images, but produce larger files.
When the selected resolution is 300 dpi or less, the [Moire Reduction] setting is
automatically enabled to allow reduction of the moire effect (a shimmering,
wavy pattern) in scanned images.
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
select the page side to scan from the [Scanning Side] drop-down list.
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Select a suitable setting for [Scanning Side]. (This is the same in Simple
Mode and Advanced Mode.)
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- [Skip Blank Page]
As each document page is scanned, the scanner detects whether it is blank,
and if so, the image is not saved.
y Under Windows, selecting [Skip Blank Page] enables the [Setting] button,
which opens the [Blank Skip Setting] dialog box. Under Mac OS X, selecting
[Skip Blank Page] opens the content density setting screen.(The dialog box
shown below is an example from Windows, but the setting items are the
same under Mac OS X.)
y This screen serves for adjusting the content density used to judge whether
a page is to be considered blank. Increase the setting if blank pages are not
skipped, and decrease the setting if non-blank pages are skipped.
y The Skip Blank Pages function may not work properly if a [Custom] setting
is enabled for [Gamma Settings].
y If a scanning side setting (simplex or duplex) is specified in the application
settings, set [Simplex].
- [Folio]
Documents that are normally folded in half are scanned on both sides and
composed into one image.
y Under Windows, if the scanner driver settings screen was called from an
ISIS compatible application, you cannot click [Folio] if [Patchcode] is
selected in the [Batch Separation] box of the [Others] tab.
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NOTE
Specify one of the settings below according to the page side setting you want to
use.
- [Simplex]
Scan only the front side of documents loaded into the feeder.
- [Duplex]
Scan both sides of documents.
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Correcting Image Skewing
This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to detect slanted
document pages and straighten the scanned images.
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Under Mac OS X
1
Select the [Deskew] check box. (This is the same in Simple Mode and
Advanced Mode.)
Under Windows
1
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
select the [Deskew] check box.
NOTE
Deskewing also may not work properly or cause part of the image to be lost in
other cases, depending on the document.
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Moire Reduction
This section describes the procedure for setting to reduce the moire effect (a
shimmering, wavy pattern) that may appear when scanning color documents or
scanning in grayscale.
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Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing].
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For [Moire Reduction], select [High Quality Moire Reduction].
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
select [High Quality Moire Reduction] from the [Moire Reduction]
drop-down list.
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Adjusting the Scan Area
NOTE
When a resolution higher than 300 dpi is selected for [Dots per inch], [High Quality
Moire Reduction] is greyed out.
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This section describes the procedure for scanning part of a document image.
When a resolution of 240 dpi or less is selected for [Dots per inch], you can
click [High Speed Moire Reduction].
Under Windows
Select one of the following according to the resolution you have set:
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[None]
Do not perform moire reduction.
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
click [Area].
[High Speed Moire Reduction]
This mode prioritizes speed, and generates an image of the specified resolution
from an image scanned at 300 dpi.
[High Quality More Reduction]
This mode prioritizes image quality, and generates an image of the specified
resolution from an image scanned at 600 dpi. The image quality is higher, but
the scanning speed decreases.
NOTE
In the [Scan Area] dialog box you can define the area of the document page to scan
on a selected page size, and register non-standard document page sizes.
The [Scan Area] dialog box is different for ISIS and TWAIN drivers: for the TWAIN
driver, one of two dialog box types is displayed depending on the application
program used.
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Scan Area Dialog Box (ISIS Driver)
Scan Area Dialog Box (TWAIN Driver)
If there is a [Scan] item in the Settings dialog box of the application, it will look
as follows.
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Page Size
This setting is linked to the [Page Size] setting, for selecting the size of
document pages to scan. Clicking the [Custom] button opens the [Custom Page
Size] dialog box, where non-standard page sizes can be registered as custom
page sizes.
Area
Select the area to be scanned.
→ Area settings here are overridden in the following cases:
y When the [Auto-detection] page size is selected
y When [Text Orientation Recognition] is enabled on the [Image processing]
tab sheet
→ When [Deskew] is enabled on the [Basic] tab sheet, the specified area may
be displaced when scanning.
Area Window
The size indicated for the Area window corresponds to the page size setting,
and the area within the panel indicates the current scanning area.
→ The scanning area can be adjusted by dragging the handles bordering the
Area window with your mouse.
→ With CapturePerfect, the last scanned image appears in the Area window.
The Area window and [Preview] button are not displayed when using
applications that display the [OK] button in the Properties dialog box.
Margin
This control adjusts the top, bottom, left and right margins around the scanning
area so that you can expand the scanning area to include the edges of a
document, or reduce it to avoid black frames around scanned images.
→ If the edges of documents are missing from scanned images, move the
slider to the right to expand the scanning area.
→ To eliminate the black frame around scanned images, reduce the scanning
area by moving the slider to the left.
→ The measurement units for margins are determined by the [Unit] setting.
Preview Button (TWAIN driver only)
Click the [Preview] button to scan one document page and display its preview
image in the Area window.
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Under Mac OS X
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Switch to Advanced Mode and select the [Set Scanning Area] check box.
The scan driver settings screen expands, giving access to more settings.
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Brightness/Contrast Adjustment
This section describes the procedure for adjusting the brightness and contrast
for scanning.
Under Windows
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Specify the area of the document to be scanned.
To directly specify the area by numeric input, enter the values into the
[Width] and [Height] fields.
When you click [Preview], only one document is scanned, and the
scanned image appears in the preview area. You can make adjustments
by dragging the dotted lines with the mouse while checking the image in
the preview area.
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Brightness] tab
→ adjust the [Brightness] slider and [Contrast] slider to adjust the
brightness and contrast for scanning.
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Switch to Advanced Mode and move the [Brightness] and [Contrast]
sliders to adjust the brightness and contrast of the scanned image.
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[Used the Back Side Contrast] Check Box
If the contrast of the front and back of the document pages is different, select
this check box to adjust only the contrast of the back side.
The availability of brightness and contrast settings are as follows, according to
the setting selected in the [Mode] drop-down list.
Scanning mode
Brightness
Contrast
Back Side
Brightness
Back Side
Contrast
Black and White
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The settings you can specify are as follows:
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[Brightness]
Adjusts the brightness of images to be scanned.
y If images are too dark or if text on the back bleeds through, drag the slider
to the right to increase the brightness.
y If images are too light, drag the slider to the left to decrease the brightness.
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[Contrast]
Adjusts the contrast of images to be scanned.
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[Used the Back Side Brightness] Check Box
If the brightness of the front and back of the document pages is different, select
this check box to adjust only the brightness of the back side.
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Gamma Curve Settings
This section describes the procedure for adjusting the gamma level for scanning
documents.
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Under Mac OS X
1
Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Gamma Settings].
Under Windows
1
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Brightness] tab
→ click [Gamma].
2
Select the [Custom] check box in the [Gamma Settings] dialog box →
specify the settings as necessary.
The [Gamma Settings] dialog box appears.
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Click [Custom] in the list box at the top and then set the respective items.
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Image Contour Adjustment
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When you make custom gamma correction settings, all settings related to the
brightness of the scanned image will be set automatically.
This section describes the procedure for adjusting the contours of the scanned
image.
The settings you can specify are as follows:
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Select
Select the side and color for the custom setting.
y The color bar and color of the sample image are changed to show the
specified color.
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Input method
Select the setting method for gamma correction.
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[Factor]
Move the slider to the left or right to adjust the gamma correction factor
between 0.2 and 5.0.
y The gamma correction value, Gamma Curve Graph, and sample image color
are interlinked.
y Clicking a point in the Gamma Curve Graph with your mouse changes the
gamma curve and color of the sample image to match that point.
y You can also move the gamma curve by dragging it with the mouse.
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[Freehand]
The output value for a particular input value in the gamma table can be specified
with the mouse.
y Click any point in the Gamma Curve Graph to set that point as an output
value.
y Drag the mouse on the Gamma Curve Graph to set the output value
according to the mouse movement.
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NOTE
Custom gamma correction settings can be exported as gamma table data, and
data exported earlier can be imported again. For details, see the scanner driver
help.
Under Windows
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image
processing] tab → adjust the [Edge emphasis] slider to adjust the contours
of the scanned image.
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1
Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing].
2
Adjust the [Edge emphasis] slider to correct the outline of the scanned
image.
Move the slider toward [Soft] to soften the image contours, or toward [Sharp] to
sharpen the image contours.
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Image Rotation
This section describes the procedure for rotating the orientation of the scanned
image.
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1
Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing].
2
Under [Document Orientation], select the rotation angle for the image.
Under Windows
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image
processing] tab → select the angle to rotate the image from the [Document
Orientation] drop-down list.
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Correcting Text Orientation
NOTE
The scanned image will be rotated as follows, according to the orientation of the
placed document and the specified angle.
This section describes the procedure for automatically correcting the orientation
of the text when scanning.
Under Windows
Document: face down
Document Orientation
(clockwise)
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0 degrees
90 degrees
180 degrees
270 degrees
1
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image
processing] tab → select the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box.
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Under Mac OS X
1
Select the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box. (This is the same in
Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.)
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Removing the Document Background/Preventing Bleed
Through
This section describes the procedure for setting to reduce bleed through when
scanning thin document pages and pages with dark content on the back side, or
to remove the background from document images.
Under Windows
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NOTE
When the [Text Orientation Recognition] check box is selected, the [Document
Orientation] and scan area settings are disabled.
Some application programs do not support text orientation recognition. Please
disable [Text Orientation Recognition] if your application program operates
abnormally when it is enabled.
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image
processing] tab → select the [Prevent Bleed Through / Remove
Background] check box → click [Setting].
Adjust the [Removal level] slider to set the level of bleed through
prevention or background removal.
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Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing].
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Omitting a Specific Color
This section describes the procedure for setting to omit borders and ruled lines
of a specified color (red, green, or blue) from the scanned image.
Under Windows
NOTE
When the [Mode] setting is [24-bit Color] or [Auto Color Detection], the settings
below are not available.
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Set [Prevent Bleed Through / Remove Background] to [ON] and adjust the
slider to control the level of bleed-through prevention and background
removal.
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image
processing] tab → select the color to omit from the [Front] and [Back]
drop-down lists under Color drop-out, as necessary.
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NOTE
1
Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing].
2
Under [Color drop-out], select a color to ignore.
You can specify different settings for the front and back side of the document.
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Enhancing the Red Color
This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to enhance the red
color when performing black-and-white scanning.
Under Windows
NOTE
If you select [24-bit Color] or [Auto Color Detection] from the [Mode] drop-down
list of the [Basic] tab, you cannot specify this setting.
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Image
processing] tab → select [Red Enhance] from the [Front] and [Back]
drop-down lists under Color drop-out.
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Under Mac OS X
1
Switch to Advanced Mode and click [Image Processing].
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Under [Color drop-out], select [Red Enhance].
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Rapid Recovery System
This section describes the procedure for setting the system recovery method
used by the scanner when document feeding stops due to a paper jam or other
error during scanning.
Under Windows
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You can set specify different settings for the front and back side of the document.
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Others] tab →
select the [Rapid recovery system] check box → click [OK].
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1
Switch to Advanced Mode and click [More].
2
Select the [Rapid recovery system] check box.
If you select [Rapid recovery system] and a paper jam or other error causes
document feeding to stop while scanning, scanning stops without sending an error
notification to the application program. After you clear the paper jam or resolve the
error, you can resume the normal scanning operations.
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Double Feed Detection
This section describes the procedure for setting the scanner to stop document
feeding when double feeding of document pages is detected.
Under Windows
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Click the [Others] tab → select the [Detect by Length] or [Detect by
Ultrasonic] (for the DR-2510C only) check box under [Double Feed
Detection → click [OK].
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Under Mac OS X
1
Select the [Double Feed Detection] check box. (This is the same in Simple
Mode and Advanced Mode.)
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When switched to Advanced Mode, the detection method can be selected
(DR-2510M only).
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Feeding Options
This section describes the procedure for selecting the method for feeding
documents.
Under Windows
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Details of each detection method are indicated below.
[Detect by Length]
This detection method is effective when scanning documents of the same size.
It detects double-feeding when a document is 2.0" (50 mm) longer or 2.0" (50)
mm shorter than the standard length (the length of the first document). Feeding
is stopped when a double-feed is detected.
[Detect by Ultrasonic]
This detection method is effective when scanning documents of different sizes.
It uses ultrasonic waves to detect the gap between documents when more than
two sheets of paper are fed at the same time. Feeding is stopped when a
double-feed is detected.
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The two detection methods can be used at the same time.
When the documents overlap by less than 2.0" (50 mm) or are stuck together
due to static electricity, double-feeding may not be able to be detected correctly
using ultrasonic.
Click the [Others] tab → select the document feeding method in [Feeding
Option].
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Switch to Advanced Mode and click [More].
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Details of each feeding method are indicated below.
[Standard Feeding]
This feeding method is good for scanning small batches of documents that are
loaded one batch at a time: scanning stops when the loaded documents have
been scanned.
[Panel Feeding]
This feeding method is good for scanning batches of documents of different
sizes: after loading the documents, press the Job button (assigned as a Start
button on the scanner) to start scanning, and press the assigned Stop button to
stop scanning.
y When scanning documents with different-size pages, after loading the
documents, you can adjust the document guide position.
[Automatic Feeding]
This feeding method is good for scanning batches of same-size documents:
scanning starts when the scanner detects loaded documents, and stops when
you press the Stop button.
y When [Automatic Feeding] is selected, the [Setting] button is enabled to
allow setting the delay time from when a loaded document is detected until
scanning starts. The delay time can be set from 0 to 60 seconds.
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Under [Feeding Option], select the document feeding method.
Batch Separation
When the separation timing to use when scanning starts with batch separation
enabled in the application. (If [Standard Feeding] is selected, batch separation
is disabled.)
This item is available only under Windows when the scanner driver was called
from an ISIS compatible application.
If you selected [Panel Feeding] or [Automatic Feeding] for the feeding method:
[Auto]
Document batches are separated automatically.
[Panel]
Document batches are separated when the [Batch Separation] button on the
Scan Panel is pressed. (See "Using the Scan Panel," on p. 55.)
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Prescan
This section describes the procedure for checking a scanned image and
adjusting the brightness and contrast accordingly.
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Check the displayed preview image → adjust [Brightness] and [Contrast]
as necessary using the sliders or up/down buttons → click (Start) to
save the scanned image.
Under Windows
1
In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Others] tab →
select the [Prescan] check box.
NOTE
The [Prescan] dialog box is for scanning after adjusting the brightness and contrast
according to the results of the first document. You can enlarge the image displayed
in the [Prescan] dialog box. (Left-click the image displayed in the dialog box to
enlarge it, and right-click the image displayed in the dialog box to reduce it.)
If you change the brightness and contrast values, the image displayed in the dialog
box reflects these new values. Click the Start button to start scanning with the
adjusted brightness and contrast. Click the Stop button to stop scanning.
2
Specify the location, file name, and file format to save the image → click
[Save] to start scanning.
When scanning is complete, the Prescan dialog box is displayed.
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Adjust brightness and contrast if necessary. (This is the same in Simple
Mode and Advanced Mode.)
Select the [Check the image of the first page] check box and start scanning.
(This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced Mode.)
The Scanner driver settings screen expands, and the scanned image of the
first page appears in the preview area.
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The tool bar above the preview area allows you to zoom in and out and scroll the
scanned image.
The brightness and contrasts settings are reflected in the preview image.
Click [Continue scanning] to scan the other pages.
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Registering Scanning Conditions
This section describes the procedure for registering specified scanning
conditions.
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Under Mac OS X
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Switch to Advanced Mode, make the necessary settings, and then select
[Add/Delete] for [Favorite Settings].
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Specify the scanning conditions as necessary on the [Basic] tab,
[Brightness] tab, [Image processing] tab, and [Others] tab of the
ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box.
2
Click the [Basic] tab → click [Save].
3
Enter a name for [Save user preference as] → click [OK].
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Enter a name into the [Setting Name] field, and then click [Add].
Click [Save] to close the dialog box.
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Checking the Version
This section describes the procedure for checking the version of the ISIS/TWAIN
driver you are currently using.
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Under Mac OS X
1
Click
(Info button). (This is the same in Simple Mode and Advanced
Mode.)
2
Check the displayed information, and click
Under Windows
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In the ISIS/TWAIN driver properties dialog box, click the [Basic] tab →
click [About].
Check the content of the [About] dialog box → click [OK].
to close the dialog box.
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1. Regular Maintenance
Chapter 7 Maintenance
1. Regular Maintenance .............................................................. 95
Cleaning the Scanner............................................................................ 95
Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner ....................................................... 95
Cleaning the Sensor Glass and the Rollers ........................................... 96
2. Removing and Attaching the Rollers and Document Holding Guide ........ 98
Roller Replacement Cycle..................................................................... 98
Resetting the Counter........................................................................... 98
Removing/Attaching the Feeding Roller.............................................. 101
Removing/Attaching the Retard Roller ............................................... 103
Removing/Attaching the Document Holding Guide............................. 105
Clean the scanner on a regular basis, as described below, to maintain peak
scanning quality.
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CAUTION
When cleaning the scanner and the inside of the scanner, turn OFF the power
switch and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet.
Do not use spray cleaners to clean the scanner. Precision mechanisms, such
as the light source, may get wet, and cause a malfunction.
Never use paint thinner, alcohol, or other organic solvents to clean the
scanner. Such solvents can damage or discolor the exterior of the scanner,
or create a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Cleaning the Scanner
To clean the exterior of the scanner, dampen a cloth with water or a mild detergent,
wring the cloth out thoroughly, and then wipe the dirt away. Then use a dry, soft
cloth to wipe away any moisture.
Cleaning the Inside of the Scanner
Dust or paper particles inside the scanner may cause lines or smudges to appear
on scanned images. Use compressed air to periodically clean dust and paper
particles from the document feed opening and the inside of the scanner. After
finishing a large scanning job, turn OFF the scanner and then clean out any paper
particles remaining inside the scanner.
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Cleaning the Sensor Glass and the Rollers
If scanned images contain streaks, or if the scanned documents become dirty,
the sensor glass or rollers inside the scanner may be dirty. Clean them
periodically.
1
Open the document feed tray (See p. 23).
2
Press the OPEN knob from both sides (c), and pull the front unit out and
downward to open it (d).
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Use a clean dry cloth to wipe dirt off the sensor glass.
Scanning Glass
Wipe both the front and back sensor glasses.
CAUTION
Do not spray water or neutral detergent directly on the scanner. Precision
mechanisms, such as the light source, may get wet, and cause a malfunction.
d
IMPORTANT
c
3
Use compressed air to remove dust and paper particles from the inside of
the scanner.
Scratches on the sensor glass may cause marks on the images, as well as
feeding errors. If there are scratches on the sensor glass, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or service representative.
5
Clean the c rollers by wiping the exposed part without turning them.
Retard roller
d
c
Feeding roller
Clean the d rollers while turning them. Wipe the rollers with a cloth that
has been dampened with water and thoroughly wrung out, and then use a
dry, soft cloth to wipe away any moisture.
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Clean the e rollers by wiping the exposed part without turning them.
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Wipe the removed rollers with a cloth that has been dampened with water
and thoroughly wrung out.
10
Reattach the retard roller and feeding roller (See p. 102 and p. 104.).
e
7
Wipe the document holding guide with a cloth that has been dampened
with water and thoroughly wrung out.
Document
Holding Guide
8
11
Close the front unit by gently pushing it up on both sides until it clicks into
place. Make sure that the front unit is completely closed by pushing until
you hear a click.
Remove the retard roller and feeding roller (See p. 101 and p. 103.).
IMPORTANT
Remove the retard roller and feeding roller from the scanner to clean them, and
make sure to reattach them to the scanner when cleaning is finished.
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Close the document feed tray.
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Resetting the Counter
After replacing the feed rollers, open the counter settings dialog box and reset
the counter.
To clean or replace the feeding roller, retard roller, or document holding guide,
remove and then attach the parts as described in each respective section.
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CAUTION
Do not use excessive force when removing or attaching the rollers and
document holding guide. Doing so many damage them.
1
From the Windows task bar, click [Start] → [Control Panel].
2
Double-click [Printers and Other Hardware] in the working field → click
[Scanners and Cameras].
Roller Replacement Cycle
When the rollers have fed more than 100,000 pages, a roller replacement
message appears on the computer. Purchase an exchange roller kit and replace
the feeding roller and the retard roller.
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IMPORTANT
Rollers are consumable parts. When the rollers start to wear out, paper jams
and misfeeds may occur more often. When this happens, purchase an
exchange roller kit and replace the feeding roller and the retard roller.
If misfeeds occur often, check the rollers for wear, and replace them if
necessary before the message is displayed.
Make sure to reset the counter after replacing the rollers (See "Resetting the
Counter," on p. 98.).
For information about the exchange roller kit (feeding roller, retard roller,)
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative.
Control Panel (Category View)
Printers and Other Hardware
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Control Panel (Classic View)
If the Control Panel is displayed with the Category View, switch to Classic
View.
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Double-click [Scanners and Cameras].
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Right-click [CANON DR-2510C USB] or [CANON DR-2010C USB] → click
[Properties].
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Click the [Maintenance] tab → [Reset].
Under Mac OS X
1
Confirm that the counter for the selected roller is set to 0 → click [OK].
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Start Image Capture.
To start Image Capture, click the hard disk icon (e.g. [Macintosh HD]), the
[Applications] folder, and then the [Image Capture] icon.
2
Click [Browse Devices] in the [Devices] menu.
3
Select the scanner you want to use, and select the [Use TWAIN software]
check box.
4
Click [OK].
5
Click [DR-2510M TWAIN] in the [Devices] menu.
6
Click [Scan].
The settings screen for the scanner driver appears.
7
Click the
(information) button.
The [Scanner Information] dialog box appears.
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Click [Maintenance].
The [Maintenance] dialog box appears.
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Removing/Attaching the Feeding Roller
To remove or attach the feeding roller, follow the procedure below.
CAUTION
Use caution when removing or attaching the feeding roller. Using excessive
force may cause damage or personal injury.
Removing the Feeding Roller
9
Click [Reset].
10
Click
to close the dialog box.
1
Open the document feed tray (See p. 23).
2
Press the OPEN knob from both sides (c), and pull the front unit out and
downward to open it (d).
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c
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Open the roller cover on the main unit by placing your fingers in the
grooves and pulling it down.
4
Lift up the roller fixing lever (c), and slide it to the left (d).
5
Remove the feeding roller by moving it to the left to detach it from its shaft,
and pull it out of the slot.
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Attaching the Feeding Roller
1
Insert the feeding roller into the slot inside the roller cover, and align the
notch on the roller with the shaft on the main unit.
2
Slide the roller fixing lever to the right to lock the roller into the hole on the
left of the feeding roller.
3
Push down the lever to lock the shaft of the feeding roller into place.
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Close the roller cover. Make sure that the cover is completely closed by
pushing until you hear a click.
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Removing/Attaching the Retard Roller
To remove or attach the retard roller, follow the procedure below.
CAUTION
Use caution when removing or attaching the retard roller. Using excessive force
may cause damage or personal injury.
Removing the Retard Roller
5
Close the front unit by gently pushing it up on both sides until it clicks into
place. Make sure that the front unit is completely closed by pushing until
you hear a click.
1
Open the document feed tray (See p. 23).
2
Press the OPEN knob from both sides (c), and pull the front unit out and
downward to open it (d).
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c
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Grasp the ends of the roller cover inside the front unit and pull it down to
open it.
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Attaching the Retard Roller
1
Insert the retard roller into the slot inside the roller cover, and align the
notch on the roller with the shaft on the front unit.
2
Slide the roller fixing lever to the left to lock the roller into the hole on the
left of the retard roller.
3
Push down the lever to lock the shaft of the feeding roller into place.
Lift up the roller fixing lever (c), and slide it to the right (d).
Remove the retard roller by moving it to the right to detach it from its shaft,
and pull it out.
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Close the roller cover. Make sure that the cover is completely closed by
pushing until you hear a click.
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Removing/Attaching the Document Holding Guide
To remove or attach the document holding guide, follow the procedure below.
CAUTION
Use caution when removing or attaching the document holding guide. Using
excessive force may cause damage or personal injury.
Removing the Document Holding Guide
5
Close the front unit by gently pushing it up on both sides until it clicks into
place. Make sure that the front unit is completely closed by pushing until
you hear a click.
1
Open the roller cover, and slide the document holding guide backwards to
remove it.
Attaching the Document Holding Guide
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Fit the hooks (four) of the document holding guide onto the roller cover,
and slide the document holding guide forwards to attach it.
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1. Common Problems and Solutions
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting
1. Common Problems and Solutions .............................................. 106
This section provides recommended solutions to common problems.
If you have a problem that is not solved by the following, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer.
Problem 1
Solutions
The scanner will not turn on.
(1) Confirm that the power switch is set correctly.
(2) Confirm that the AC adapter is plugged firmly into a power
outlet.
(3) When the power switch is in the AUTO position, the scanner only
turns on when the computer is on.
Problem 2
Solutions
The scanner is not recognized.
(1) Confirm that the scanner is properly connected to the computer
with a USB cable.
(2) Confirm that the scanner is turned on. See the previous problem
(1) if the scanner does not turn on.
(3) The computer’s USB interface may not support the scanner. The
scanner cannot be guaranteed to work with all USB interfaces.
(4) Confirm that the supplied USB cable is used to connect the
scanner to the computer. The scanner cannot be guaranteed to
work with all available USB cables.
(5) If the scanner is connected to the computer via a USB hub, try
removing the hub and connecting directly to the computer.
Problem 3
Solutions
Documents feed askew (scanned images are slanted).
(1) Align the document guides to fit the documents as closely as
possible, and load the documents so that they feed straightly.
(2) Enable the [Deskew] scanner driver setting.
(3) If many pages have been scanned since roller cleaning, clean the
rollers. If documents still feed askew, roller replacement or other
maintenance may be needed. See Chapter 7 Maintenance for
roller replacement procedures.
2. Software Troubleshooting ....................................................... 108
3. Q & A (Useful tips)................................................................ 108
4. Uninstalling the Software........................................................ 110
Uninstalling on Windows.................................................................... 110
Uninstalling on Mac OS X................................................................... 112
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Problem 4
Solutions
Problem 5
Solutions
If white lines or streaks appear in scanned images.
Clean both sides of the scanner glass, and the rollers (both rubber
and metal). If a sticky substance such as glue or correction fluid is
found, carefully wipe with just enough pressure to clean the area
where the lines appear. If the problem cannot be solved by cleaning,
the internal glass may be scratched. Contact your local authorized
Canon dealer.
Problem 6
Solutions
Pages are missing.
When the scanner driver’s [Scanning Side] setting is [Skip Blank
Page], documents with very little black may be unintentionally
skipped. Select another scan mode setting such as [Simplex] or
[Duplex], or decrease the [Ratio of black pixels]. If pages are
skipped due to the document double feeding, see “Problem 7
Documents jam (or double-feed)”.
Problem 7
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Both sides are not scanned even when the Duplex scanner driver
setting is enabled.
In CaptureOnTouch or CapturePerfect 3.0, executing a job for which
single-sided (simplex) scanning is registered will always result in
simplex scanning, regardless of scanner driver settings.
For example, if [Simplex] is selected under the [Scanner setting] tab
of the [Job Register] dialog box in CaptureOnTouch, scanning will
always be single-sided for that job. Even if you configure scanner
driver settings from [Scan Batch to File] under the [Scan] menu in
CapturePerfect 3.0, a job will always be performed according to its
registered settings. To perform duplex scanning, either change the
job setting or create another job for duplex scanning.
Documents jam (or double-feed).
(1) Confirm that the roller is installed in the scanner according to the
Setup Guide page inserted in Reference Guide. The roller is not
installed in the scanner when shipped, and proper feeding is not
possible until it is installed. If the roller has been installed
correctly, clean it if necessary.
(2) Proper scanning may not be possible when document pages
stick together due to static electricity. Fan the documents before
you load them.
(3) Set the feed selection lever to (Bypass), and manually feed the
scanner one page at a time.
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Problem 8
Solutions
Scanned images are saved in TIFF instead of JPEG format.
When the scanner driver’s [Mode] setting is [Auto Color Detection],
documents detected as black and white (binary) are automatically
saved as TIFF images, regardless of document settings. This occurs
because JPEG format does not support black and white binary
format images. If you want to save all images in JPEG format,
change the scanning [Mode] to either [Color] or [256-level Gray].
Problem 9
Solutions
Each scanned image of a multi-page document is saved as a
separate document.
• With CaptureOnTouch, you can scan multiple pages into one
image file when TIFF or PDF file format is selected. To do this,
select [File type], click the [Detail Settings] button, and select
[Save all pages as one file] in the displayed dialog box.
• When you select [Scan Batch to File] from the [Scan] menu in
CapturePerfect, a dialog box appears with a pull-down menu at the
bottom that allows you to select [Single Page], [Multi Page (All
Pages)], or [Multi Page (Specified Pages)]. If you select [Single
Page], each page of a multi-page document is saved as a separate
image file. To save multiple pages to a single image file, select
[Multi Page (All Pages)] or [Multi Page (Specified Pages)].
Problem 10 Documents feed, but no scanned images are saved.
Solutions
When Panel-Feeding is selected as the feeding method on the
scanner driver’s setting screen, after a document is fed, scanning
does not occur until the scan button is clicked on the scan panel.
Problem 11 Scanned images of multiple pages cannot be saved in a single
Solutions
JPEG or BMP (PICT) file.
Multiple scanned images cannot be saved in a single JPEG or BMP
(PICT) file. Save the images in either TIFF or PDF format.
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3. Q & A (Useful tips)
This section describes troubleshooting problems and solutions for operating the
supplied software (CaptureOnTouch and CapturePerfect).
Here are some useful tips for scanning documents.
If scanning is too slow
(1) Close other running programs, if any.
(2) Scanning can be slowed down by memory shortage caused by memoryresident applications such as anti-virus programs. Close such memory-resident
programs if necessary to free up memory space.
(3) When insufficient hard disk space is available, the scanner may be unable to
create the necessary temporary files for scanned data. Delete unneeded data on
the hard disk to free up more space.
(4) Scanning is slow if the computer's USB port is not Hi-Speed USB 2.0
compliant.
(5) If using a common USB cable that is not Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compliant, replace
the cable with the supplied compliant cable.
(6) When the scanner is connected to the computer via a USB hub that is not HiSpeed USB 2.0 compliant, remove the hub and connect the scanner directly to
the computer.
Where are scanned images saved? Can the save destination be
changed?
Images are saved to the following locations, according to program settings. All
destination locations can be changed to other folders.
CaptureOnTouch
• For Scan First scanning, files are saved in the folder specified on the Output
Settings screen.
• For selected job scanning, files are saved in the folder specified on the [Output
settings] tab during job registration.
CapturePerfect
• During normal scanning operations such as single-page scanning, the image file
save destination can be specified each time scanning is performed.
• When scanning using a registered job, files are saved to the folder specified by
the job settings.
How are scan settings performed?
(1) Scanned images saved as multi-page TIFF files can be opened only by
programs that support this file format.
(2) Images saved as compressed TIFF files (single- as well as multi-page) can only
be opened by programs that support the compressed format. This can occur
with programs that are not compatible with CaptureOnTouch or CapturePerfect.
In this case, select "None" as the image file compression format before
scanning.
CaptureOnTouch
• For Scan First scanning, click [Scanner setting] on the first (main) screen to
display available scan settings.
• For selected job scanning, settings are available on the [Scanner setting] tab
when registering the job.
CapturePerfect
• For normal scanning, click [Scanner Setting] from the [Scan] menu to open the
scanner driver setting screen, and make settings there.
• Scan job settings are made for each job.
If CapturePerfect cannot open some PDF files
How do I save multiple pages in one file, or save one file per page?
Some PDF files created by non-Canon programs cannot be opened by
CapturePerfect.
When scanned images are saved in BMP (PICT) or JPEG format, each image is
always saved in a separate file.
When scanned images are saved in PDF or TIFF format, you can specify multi- or
single-page files. See also item 8 in section 1, "Common Problems and Solutions".
If scanned image files cannot be opened in an application
Can I copy or back up scanner setting configurations?
CaptureOnTouch
Scanner settings are backed up with other setting contents as Environment
settings. See also the following question, "Can I copy or back up CaptureOnTouch
settings?".
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Scanner setting configurations cannot be copied or backed up in CapturePerfect.
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Is it possible to add or insert images in a scanned image file?
CapturePerfect includes a function to add or insert pages in scanned image files.
Refer to the CapturePerfect Operation Guide for details.
Can I copy or back up CaptureOnTouch settings?
Click the [Environ. Settings] button to display the [Environmental settings] dialog
box, where setting configurations can be backed up and restored using [Backup/
Restore] on the [Basic settings] tab.
What rules apply to scanned image file names?
CaptureOnTouch
Scanned image file names are constructed according to the settings in the [File
name settings] dialog box. This dialog box appears when you click the [File name
settings] button on the Scan First output settings screen, and on the [Output
settings] tab on the [Register new job] screen.
Scanned image file names are constructed partly or wholly according to the
following three settings in the dialog box.
Setting
Description
File name
Any specified text string to be included in the file
name.
Add date and time
Appends the date and time to file names. Select the
date format from the list box. YYYY = year, MM =
month, and DD = day of month. The time is
appended after the date.
Add counter to file names
Append serial numbers in the order of scanned
image saving. Specify the number of digits and
starting number.
A sample file name is displayed as the [File name] in the [File name settings] dialog
box.
How do I scan half-folded documents (folio scanning)?
Fold the document in half, and set it in the scanner with the fold at the right. Specify
half-size document (the size after folding) as the scanner setting, then scan. (See
p. 27.)
How can I skip blank pages, and scan only non-blank pages?
Specify [Skip Blank Page] on the scanner driver setting screen, then scan.
How do I scan cards?
Set a card in landscape orientation in the scanner. Specify the same size as the card
(or Auto-detection), then scan. (See p. 26.)
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How do I paste OCR results from CapturePerfect into Excel or Word?
After scanning with OCR recognition enabled in CapturePerfect, click [Modify
Barcode/OCR] in the [Edit] menu to open the [Modify Barcode/OCR] dialog box,
where you can copy the text in the [OCR Characters] box. Alternatively, PDF files
that were scanned with OCR enabled can be opened with an application such as
Acrobat, where the desired text can be copied.
How do I load and scan documents with mixed sizes?
Before scanning, set the [Page Size] to [Auto-detection] on the scanner driver
setting screen. (See p. 67.)
What's the best way to scan business cards or photos?
Before scanning, set the [Page Size] to [Auto-detection] on the scanner driver
setting screen. Alternatively, register the size of the cards or photos to be scanned.
(See p. 74.)
How do I print scanned data?
CaptureOnTouch
• For Scan First scanning, select [Print] on the Output Method selection screen.
• For selected job scanning, select [Print] as the [Output method] when registering
the job.
CapturePerfect
Scan using the scan batch print function. Alternatively, register a job with a printer
selected as the output destination.
How do I save scanned data in a shared folder?
How do I save scanned data in a share folder?
CaptureOnTouch
• For Scan First scanning, select [Save to folder] on the output method selection
screen, and specify the shared folder as the save destination on the Output
Setting screen.
• For selected job scanning, select "Save as file" as the [Output method] when
registering the job and specify the shared folder as the save destination on the
[Output settings] tab.
CapturePerfect
Scan using Scan Batch file (or Scan Single Page) setting. Alternatively, register a
job with the output destination as a file, and set the save destination to the shared
folder.
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How can I attach scanned data to an e-mail (or send it as e-mail)?
CaptureOnTouch
• For Scan First scanning, select [Attach to E-mail] on the output method selection
screen.
• For selected job scanning, select "Attach to E-mail" as the [Output method] when
registering the job.
CapturePerfect
Scan using the Scan Batch to Mail function. Alternatively, register a job with the
output destination as e-mail.
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4. Uninstalling the Software
If the ISIS/TWAIN driver, CaptureOnTouch, or CapturePerfect 3.0 are not
operating normally, follow the procedure below to uninstall them. Then,
re-install the software from the Setup disc (See "Installing the Software," on p.
13 and "Software Installation (Mac OS X)," on p. 16).
Uninstalling on Windows
IMPORTANT
Log on to Windows as an Administrator.
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From the Windows task bar, click [Start] → [Control Panel].
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Double-click [Add or Remove Programs].
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Uninstalling the ISIS/TWAIN Driver and CaptureOnTouch
1
From the Programs list, click [Canon DR-2510C Driver] / [Canon DR2010C Driver] (or [DR-2510C CaptureOnTouch] / [DR-2010C
CaptureOnTouch]) → click [Remove].
The [Add or Remove Programs] dialog box appears.
The delete confirmation screen appears.
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Click [Yes] in the [DR-2510C Setup] / [DR-2010C Setup] dialog box.
3
Click [Finish].
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Uninstalling CapturePerfect 3.0
1
From the Programs list, click [CapturePerfect 3.0] → [Remove].
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Uninstalling on Mac OS X
No uninstaller is provided for Mac OS X drivers. To uninstall, use Finder to
delete the following files.
Scanner Driver:
/Library/Image Capture/TWAIN Data Sources/DR2510M.ds
/Applications/Canon DR-2510M
CaptureOnTouch:
/Library/Receipts/DR-2510M Driver.pkg
/Library/Receipts/DR-2510M CaptureOnTouch.pkg
The delete confirmation screen appears.
2
Click [Yes] in the [CapturePerfect 3.0 Setup] dialog box.
3
Click [Finish].
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Specifications
Chapter 9 Appendix
Specifications
Main Unit
Specifications......................................................................... 113
Specifications ...................................................................................... 113
Replacement Parts .............................................................................. 114
External Dimensions............................................................................ 115
Type
Desktop sheetfed scanner
Scanning Document Size
Plain Paper
Size
Width: 1.97" to 8.5" (50 mm to 216 mm)
Length: 2.12" to 14.02" (53.9 mm to 356mm)*
Paper weight:
(Page separation mode)
14 to 32 lb bond (52 to 128 g/m2)
0.0024" to 0.0059" (0.06 mm to 0.15 mm)
Paper weight:
(Bypass mode)
11 to 42 lb bond (40 to 157 g/m2) 0.002" to 0.0079"
(0.05 mm to 0.20 mm)
*You can scan documents up to 39.2" (1000 mm) long
by setting the scanner to the Long Document mode.
(See "Setting the Long Document Mode," on p. 32.)
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Business Card
Card
Size: 1.97"x 2.12" (50 mm x 53.9 mm) or larger
Paper weight: 140 lb bond (300g/m2) 0.0138" (0.35 mm) or less
Size: 2.12" x 3.37" (53.9 mm x 85.5 mm)
(ISO standard)
Card thickness: 0.03" (0.76 mm) or less
Orientation: Horizontal feeding only
Embossed cards can be scanned.
Document Feeding Method
Automatic
Scanning Sensor
Contact image sensor
Light Source
LED
Scanning Side
Simplex/Duplex
Scanning Modes
Black and White, Error Diffusion, 256-level Grayscale,
Advanced Text Enhancement (only for Windows),
Advanced Text Enhancement II, 24-bit Color
Scanning Resolution
100 x 100dpi/150 x 150dpi/200 x 200dpi/
(Primary Scan Lines x Secondary 240 x 240dpi/300 x 300dpi/400 x 400dpi/
Scan Lines)
600 x 600dpi
Scanning Speed
(Conditions: Pentium 4 3.2 GHz CPU/Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz, 1 GB memory, LTR/A4 document
size)
Black and White Simplex 200 x 200 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
300 x 300 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
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Duplex 200 x 200 dpi 50 images/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
300 x 300 dpi 50 images/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
Grayscale Simplex 200 x 200 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
300 x 300 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
Duplex 200 x 200 dpi 50 images/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
300 x 300 dpi 50 images/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
24-bit Color Simplex 100 x 100 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
200 x 200 dpi 25 pages/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
20 pages/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
Duplex 100 x 100 dpi 50 images/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
200 x 200 dpi 50 images/min.(DR-2510C/DR-2510M),
40 images/min.(DR-2010C/DR-2010M)
Interface
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Other Functions
Auto document thickness adjustment, folio scanning
External Dimensions
11.7" x 6.3" x 6.3" (W x D x H)
298mm x 160mm x 160mm (W x D x H)
Maximum External Dimensions
(with Document Feed Tray and
Eject Tray Open)
11.7" x 19.5" x 9.8" (W x D x H)
298mm x 490mm x 245mm (W x D x H)
Weight (without AC adapter)
Approximately 5.3 lb (2.4 kg).
Power Supply (using AC adapter) DC 16 V, 1.0 A
Power Consumption
Scanning: Maximum 16 W
In the Sleep mode: Maximum 1.8 W (AC 220-240 V:
1.9 W)
With power switch OFF: Maximum 0.5 W
Noise
Not more than 66 dB
Operating Environment
Temperature: 10°C to 32.5°C (50°F to 90.5°F)
Humidity: 20% to 80% RH
AC Adapter (100 to 240 V type)
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Model Number
MG1-4315
Input
AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 65 VA to 82 VA
Output
DC 16 V, 1.8 A
Weight
Approximately 0.3 kg (including power cord)
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Replacement Parts
Exchange roller kit (product code: 2445B001)
Kit to replace the rollers (retard roller, feeding roller) and document holding guide.
z For information on replacing the rollers, see "Removing/Attaching the Feeding
Roller," on p. 101. and "Removing/Attaching the Retard Roller," on p. 103.
z For information on replacing the document holding guide, see "Removing/
Attaching the Document Holding Guide," on p. 105.
z Contact your local authorized Canon dealer or service representative for
detailed information about the replacement parts.
Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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6.3" (160mm)
External Dimensions
6.3" (160mm)
19.5" (490mm)
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(With the document feed tray open)
9.8" (245mm)
11.7" (298mm)
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FCC REGULATIONS (For 120 V model)
European Union (and EEA) only.
Document Scanner, Model M11065/M11064/M11074/M11073
This symbol indicates that this product is not to be disposed of with
your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive (2002/96/
EC) and your national law. This product should be handed over to a
designated collection point, e.g., on an authorized one-for-one
basis when you buy a new similar product or to an authorized
collection site for recycling waste electrical and electronic
equipment (EEE). Improper handling of this type of waste could have a possible
negative impact on the environment and human health due to potentially hazardous
substances that are generally associated with EEE. At the same time, your
cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute to the effective
usage of natural resources. For more information about where you can drop off
your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office, waste
authority, approved WEEE scheme or your household waste disposal service. For
more information regarding return and recycling of WEEE products, please visit
www.canon-europe.com.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part
15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise
specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you
could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success NY 11042, U.S.A.
Tel. No. (516)328-5000
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS (For 120 V models)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus as set out in the Interference-causing equipment standard
entitled "Digital Apparatus", ICES-003 of the Industry Canada.
RÈGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOÉLECTRIQUE (For 120 V models)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables
aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel
brouilleur: "Appareils Numériques", NMB-003 édictée par l’Industrie Canada.
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(EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
MODEL NAMES
Model DR-2010C is identical to model M11065.
Model DR-2010C is the sales name of model M11065.
Model DR-2510C is identical to model M11064.
Model DR-2510C is the sales name of model M11064.
Model DR-2010M is identical to model M11074.
Model DR-2010M is the sales name of model M11074.
Model DR-2510M is identical to model M11073.
Model DR-2510M is the sales name of model M11073.
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INDEX
A
AC Adapter ......................................................................................................... 7
B
Batch Separation .............................................................................................. 90
Bypass mode .................................................................................................... 26
C
CaptureOnTouch .............................................................................................. 35
Job buttons .............................................................................................. 46
Output methods ....................................................................................... 39
Scan First ................................................................................................. 40
Scanner settings ...................................................................................... 37
Select Scan Job ....................................................................................... 42
Starting .................................................................................................... 36
CapturePerfect 3.0 ........................................................................................... 13
Cards, placing .................................................................................................. 26
Cleaning
Document holding guide .......................................................................... 97
Main body ................................................................................................ 95
Rollers ..................................................................................................... 96
Sensor glass ............................................................................................ 96
Connecting to the Computer ............................................................................ 18
Counter, resetting ............................................................................................. 98
D
Dimensions .................................................................................................... 115
Disposal ............................................................................................................. 9
Document eject area ......................................................................................... 11
Document feed tray .......................................................................................... 11
Document feeder .............................................................................................. 11
Document guides ............................................................................................. 11
Document holding guide
Attaching ............................................................................................... 105
Removing .............................................................................................. 105
Documents ....................................................................................................... 21
Placing ..................................................................................................... 24
Double feed detection ....................................................................................... 88
Driver ............................................................................................................... 13
E
Extension tray .................................................................................................. 11
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F
Features .............................................................................................................. 9
Feed Selection lever .......................................................................................... 11
Feeding roller
Attaching ............................................................................................... 102
Removing .............................................................................................. 101
Folded documents, placing ............................................................................... 27
Front unit .......................................................................................................... 11
H
Handling ............................................................................................................. 8
I
Installation location ............................................................................................ 6
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 3
J
Job buttons ...................................................................................................... 11
K
Kensington ....................................................................................................... 11
L
Load limit mark ................................................................................................ 24
Long Document mode ...................................................................................... 32
M
Maintenance ..................................................................................................... 95
Moving the scanner ............................................................................................ 7
N
Name of parts ................................................................................................... 11
O
OPEN button ..................................................................................................... 11
Operating system ............................................................................................. 12
P
Page Separation mode ..................................................................................... 24
Paper jam, clearing ........................................................................................... 31
Power connector .............................................................................................. 11
Power indicator ................................................................................................ 11
Power switch .................................................................................................... 11
Practical examples ........................................................................................... 29
Preparing the scanner ...................................................................................... 23
Contents
Document eject tray ................................................................................. 23
Document feed tray ................................................................................. 23
Document stopper ................................................................................... 23
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Recognizing the scanner by computer ............................................................. 19
Replacement parts ......................................................................................... 114
Retard roller
Attaching ............................................................................................... 104
Removing .............................................................................................. 103
Roller, replacing
Counter, resetting .................................................................................... 98
Replacement cycle ................................................................................... 98
S
Scan Panel ....................................................................................................... 55
Scanner Driver Properties Dialog Box .............................................................. 62
Auto color detection ................................................................................. 66
Background, removing ............................................................................. 82
Breed through, preventing ....................................................................... 82
Brightness, adjusting ............................................................................... 75
Contrast, adjusting ................................................................................... 75
Deskewing ............................................................................................... 71
Double feed detection .............................................................................. 88
Feeding options ....................................................................................... 89
Gamma curve settings ............................................................................. 77
Image contour, adjusting ......................................................................... 78
Moire, reducing ....................................................................................... 72
Omitting a special color ........................................................................... 83
Paper size settings ................................................................................... 67
Prescan .................................................................................................... 91
Recovering from the error ....................................................................... 86
Red color, enhancing ............................................................................... 85
Registering scan Conditions .................................................................... 93
Resolution, setting ................................................................................... 68
Rotating image ........................................................................................ 80
Scan area, adjusting ................................................................................ 73
Scan mode setting ................................................................................... 64
Scanning side settings ............................................................................. 69
Text orientation, correcting ...................................................................... 81
Version, checking .................................................................................... 94
Scanning methods ........................................................................................... 28
Setup disc ........................................................................................................ 13
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Custom Installation .................................................................................. 13
Read Manuals .......................................................................................... 13
Typical Installation ................................................................................... 13
Software
Installing .................................................................................................. 13
Uninstalling ............................................................................................ 110
Special scanning
11" X 17"/A3 (single-sided) ...................................................................... 57
B&W and color pages mixed ................................................................... 56
Background, removing ............................................................................. 58
Bleed through, reducing .......................................................................... 58
Deleting the lines of a specified color ...................................................... 58
Different sized documents ....................................................................... 57
Enhancing the Red Color ......................................................................... 58
Enhancing the text ................................................................................... 56
File size, reducing .................................................................................... 59
Moire, reducing ....................................................................................... 58
Saving text data for keyword search ........................................................ 59
Security setting for PDF ........................................................................... 59
Skipping blank pages ............................................................................... 57
Text orientation, correcting ...................................................................... 58
Specifications ................................................................................................. 113
System requirements ....................................................................................... 12
T
Typical Installation ........................................................................................... 14
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USB connector ................................................................................................. 11
USB Link switch ................................................................................................. 9
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